Next patient conference near Cincinnati, OH, in April 2020

On Saturday, April 18, 2020, Prostate Cancer International (PCaI) will collaborate with the local chapter of the Cancer Support Community to hold a patient and family educational conference on prostate cancer near Cincinnati, OH.

ConfLogo_EventbriteThis next iteration of the series of patient conferences entitled “Prostate Cancer TODAY: Living Well; Choosing Wisely” will be held in collaboration with the Cancer Support Community of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky at the Marriott Cincinnati Airport, from 8:45 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Full details about registering for this meeting are available on line if you click here. There is no charge to attend this meeting, but we do ask for a donation to support the meeting from those are able to afford this.

For those who may need a hotel room for one or two nights, you can simply click here. Alternatively, you can call either 800-696-0615 or 859-586-0166 and mention that you are booking to attend the Prostate Cancer International/CSC conference. Rooms are being made available at either $109.00 or $119.00 per night.

Core information about the meeting includes the following:

  • Expert speakers will include urologists, radiation oncologists, medical oncologists, and others.
  • Topics to be discussed with include the current diagnosis, work-up, prognosis, and management of localized and advanced forms of prostate cancer.
  • Formal presentations will generally be relatively brief, with lots of opportunities for questions from attendees.
  • There will be an exhibit hall at which attendees can talk to the developers and manufacturers of a variety of prostate cancer tests and treatments.
  • All attendees will be offered a continental breakfast and healthy lunch options free of charge.

We look forward — once again — to seeing a couple of hundred attendees at this iteration of this popular series of patient education meetings.

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