SHARING WISDOM, HOPE & SUPPORT: A Panel discussion for American Indian & Alaska Native (Indigenous) cancer patients and their families

A Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Patient Education Event

American Indian & Alaska Native (Indigenous) peoples affected by cancer are invited to a panel discussion with Tribal Liaisons from Fred Hutch/ University of Washington Cancer Consortium, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, and Urban Indian Health Institute.

As a cancer patient or family member, you will learn about resources and strategies that offer hope and support by helping you navigate cancer treatment and survivorship.

Discussion topics will include:

• Working with your cancer care team to integrate traditional healing and traditional medicine during cancer treatment

• Navigating cancer care and cancer screening services

• Importance of Indigenous representation in cancer clinical trials and how to access

• Accessing resources in the community and at your cancer center

This is a FREE virtual program for all patients and caregivers. Each person participating should register separately. Login and call-in information will be provided to all participants after registering. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.

The event is finished.


May 19 2021


12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


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