Workshop for lung cancer patients and caregivers

Patients and caregivers are invited to learn about the latest treatments for lung cancer at a free workshop taking place at UF Health Proton Therapy Institute.

It will be held on November 5 at 12 p.m. in the Research Room. The featured speaker is Dr. Bradford S. Hoppe who is associate professor of radiation oncology at UF and is the James E. Lockwood, Jr., Endowed Chair of Proton Therapy. He will discuss side effects, side-effect management, and tools to overcome the social and emotional challenges of the diagnosis. We hope to answer many of your questions about lung cancer to help you or your loved one manage the disease more successfully.

The workshop is made possible in collaboration with the American Lung Association and a charitable contribution from Lilly. For more details and to RSVP, call Lauren Clark at (904) 520-7120 or visit cancersupportcommunity.org.

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