Saturday, May 5, 2012 - 8:30am - 3:30pm
On Saturday, May 5, 2012, the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation held a Patient Educational Forum in collaboration with the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center in Columbus, OH, which welcomed approximately 60 attendees, many of whom were patients who enjoyed a day of education and the opportunity to connect with others who share in their journey living with cutaneous lymphoma.
This Forum was offered to help patients, caregivers and others affected by cutaneous lymphoma receive accurate information about cutaneous lymphoma, learn about current treatment options and promising future therapies, connect with other people who share similar experiences, and obtain information about resources and support available.
Comments from evaluations we received express what this Forum meant to attendees:
“Because of this Forum, I now have an increased understanding of CTCL and my treatment options.”
“I really found it helpful to talk to other patients.”
“So much information … and meeting others with this disease --- this was so helpful to me.”
“This was my first time meeting others with CTCL --- thank you.”
“Good information regarding the medical side of the disease.”
“Knowing more people than just me are dealing with this is comforting.”
“Great information on medications, treatments, and I really liked the physician Q & A.”
The Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation extends its thanks and gratitude to all of the outstanding speakers who presented at this Forum and we thank all of our attendees for joining us and making this event a great success. Together, we are making sure that each person with cutaneous lymphoma gets the best care possible.
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To learn about upcoming Patient Educational Forums and other patient education opportunities, please click here to visit our “Educational Opportunities” page. Please also visit that page often for continual updates.
The Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation thanks the generous supporters of this educational forum:
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