Kevin Oeffinger, MD, director of the Duke Cancer Supportive Care and Survivorship Center presents "Secondary Breast Cancer: A Paradigm for Survivorship Research," as part of UNC Lineberger's Cancer Outcomes Research Program Breakfast Seminar Series, on Oct. 16 from 7:45 a.m. to 9 a.m. in the Dowd Harris Room of the Carolina Club.
Oeffinger's talk describes a 15-year NCI-supported research effort focused on secondary breast cancer, including estimating the magnitude of risk, identifying modifying factors, predicting absolute risk and integrating risk prediction modeling, assessing long-term outcomes, understanding the benefits and harms associated with different surveillance strategies, testing risk-reducing intervention, using imaging repositories to identify radiomic signatures of secondary breast cancer, and future directions. The audience is limited to researchers, physicians, trainees and students. Space is limited.
Please arrive at 7:45 a.m. to join us for a hot breakfast buffet prior to the start of our 8:00 a.m. meeting. Parking is available at the Rams Head parking deck next door; we will give you vouchers to park for free.
For more information, contact Eden Gifford at 919.962.5357.
The Cancer Outcomes Research Program Breakfast Seminar Series is organized by doctors Ethan Basch, Stephanie Wheeler, and Matthew Nielsen.