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Living Well with Myeloma Teleconference Series:
Complementary & Alternative Medicine:
What Myeloma Patients and Caregivers Need to Know

Complementary & Alternative Medicine: What Myeloma Patients and Caregivers Need to Know

Sandra Kurtin, University of Arizona Cancer Center, Tuscon, Arizona 
Begins at 4:00 Pacific/5:00 Mountain/6:00 Central and 7:00 Eastern Time
Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at 4:00 PM

10.15.13

INTERNATIONAL MYELOMA FOUNDATION
presents
Living Well with Myeloma Teleconference Series


“Complementary & Alternative Medicine: 
What Myeloma Patients and Caregivers 
Need to Know”

 

Date:        Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Time:        
4PM Pacific / 5PM Mountain /
                  6PM Central / 7PM Eastern

Speaker:  Sandra E. Kurtin, RN, MS, AOCN®,                           ANP-C
Duration:  60 minutes (including Q&A)

The IMF’s Living Well with Myeloma Teleconference Series is designed to cover all the important and most up to date information regarding multiple myeloma.

 
 
 

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