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Call to Action Conference for Melanoma Patients and their Families

Forums General Melanoma Community Call to Action Conference for Melanoma Patients and their Families

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    Amy Mason
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    Across the US, 750,000 individuals are living after a diagnosis of melanoma, and they and their 2 million first-degree relatives can play a huge role in public education. On Saturday, September 25, the Melanoma Foundation of  New England is holding its first-ever planning conference for patients and their families interested in public education outreach. We need your thoughts on how to build this network and create an action plan.

    Course Directors: Alan Geller, Harvard School of Public Health and Deb Girard, Executive Director Melanoma Foundation of New England

    Date: September 25, 2010
    Time: 10am-2pm
    Location: MIT Endicott House, Dedham, MA

    To attend please RSVP to [email protected], call 978-371-5613 or visit http://www.mfne.org. There is no charge for the conference.

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      Amy Mason
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      This conference has been rescheduled – date coming soon!  Thank you for your interest.  The Melanoma Foundation of New England.

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      Amy Mason
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      This conference has been rescheduled – date coming soon!  Thank you for your interest.  The Melanoma Foundation of New England.

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