17th Annual Pacific Northwest Prostate Cancer Symposium: Sept. 23, 2017

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On Saturday September 23, 2017 the University of British Columbia and the Vancouver Prostate Centre’s Prostate Cancer Supportive Care Program will be participating in the 17th Annual Pacific Northwest Prostate Cancer Symposium. Click here to see the agenda (PDF opens in new tab). In conjunction with the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute and the University of Washington School of Medicine, this live symposium is for patients, their families and health care professionals. Come join us as leading experts on prostate cancer present and discuss the latest findings regarding prostate cancer treatment, prevention, survivorship and scientific progress. Registration is now open; click here to register through Eventbrite.

Please note the registration fee of $30 includes a continental breakfast and full lunch. Space is limited.

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