Fall Patient Insight Webinars from the Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network

The Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network has announced its fall series of webinars, featuring bladder cancer experts on a variety of topics. The webinars are relevant to people with bladder cancer, caregivers, family, and friends:
PUBLISHED October 20, 2015
The Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network has announced its fall series of webinars, featuring bladder cancer experts on a variety of topics. The webinars are relevant to people with bladder cancer, caregivers, family, and friends:

The New Normal After Bladder Removal Surgery: Part 2
Tuesday, October 21, 8-9 PM EDT

Presented by:

Tracy M. Downs, MD
Associate Professor, Urology
Director, Bladder Cancer and Intravesicle Programs
University of Wisconsin

Deborah Hensley, BSN, RN, CURN
Department of Urology
UT Southwestern Medical Center

Topics for this webinar include: recovery and what to expect after bladder removal surgery; preventing complications; deciding on a diversion, and recognizing what’s normal after surgery.

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to register.

What do you wish you had known before bladder removal surgery?
Tuesday, November 4, 8 PM EST

Presented by:

Jonathan L Wright, MD, MS, FACS
Department of Urology,
University of Washington School of Medicine,
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

Topics for this webinar include: different urinary diversions and information from survivors on what they wish they had known before bladder surgery.

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to register.

Bladder Cancer Tests, Diagnosis & Screening
Thursday, November 13, 8 PM ET

Presented by:

Yair Lotan, MD
Holder of the Helen J. and Robert S. Strauss
Professorship in Urology
UT Southwestern Medical Center

Topics for this webinar include: what patients should know about tests used to diagnose and check for recurrence of bladder cancer and follow up and surveillance recommendations.

For more information, call 301-215-9099 or email: webinars@bcan.org
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