Sept. 8 in Geneva, NY: Long Term Effects of Chemotherapy


 

Evening Educational Seminar in Geneva NY

What?

Join us for an evening educational seminar!
Long-Term Effects of Chemotherapy.

When?

Thursday, September 8, 2016 at 6:30pm

Where?

Geneva Public Library (the Reading Room)
244 Main Street
Geneva, NY

This event is free and open to the public. Registration for the event is not required. 

This event is closed to the press to protect the privacy of attendees; however, press inquiries are welcome and can be directed to the Coalition’s Tracy Brown at tracy@bccr.org.

About This Presentation

For those who have undergone chemotherapy, many questions about long-term effects may surface, even several years after treatment. Are there long-term complications of chemotherapy and if so, what are they? Are there interventions one can use to treat or prevent potential complications?

Join us for an evening educational seminar to learn answers to these questions and more.

Questions about this educational seminar? Please call Tracy Brown, Regional Outreach Director for the Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester, at 585-473-8177  or email tracy@bccr.org.

Download a flyer for this event here.

Makiko Ban-Hoefen, M.D.

Dr. Makiko Ban-HoefenDr. Ban-Hoefen has been strongly committed to the Western New York community since her undergraduate years at Cornell University, where she volunteered and delved into scientific research in the field of signaling cascades and oncogenes. Since then, she has completed all of her training in the Rochester area, where she can practice medicine close to both her family and the patient population for which she has long been long devoted to. While she was chief resident, she enjoyed teaching other residents and stimulating their enthusiasm to improve patient care.

“I find that while I take care of cancer patients, I can also sustain being hopeful by doing research projects in the field of hematology and oncology.” She has published her research and observations in various benign and malignant hematological disease processes. She has also presented those findings at the American Society of Hematology on several occasions in the years past.

Ask what fuels Dr. Ban-Hoefen to work harder, and she will respond by stating that her two motivating factors are: (1) the smiles and laughter of her three children, and (2) the joy of using her knowledge in the field to help her patients.

Medical School: University of Rochester Medical School
Residency: University of Rochester School of Medicine
Oncology and Hematology Fellowship: University of Rochester

Our Co-Sponsors for this Educational Seminar

Thank you for your support!

Senator Michael F. Nozzolio
New York State 54th Senate District (website)

 

Interlakes Oncology and Hematology

Community Co-Sponsor for our event

Geneva Public Library is a co-sponsor of this event.

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