Komen Greater NYC to Host Daylong Conference or Patients With Metastatic Breast Cancer at Pace University Featuring Renowned Breast Cancer Researchers and Clinicians

​A first of its kind in Westchester, this conference will provide patients, caregivers and medical professionals with critical information on treatments and living well with advanced breast cancer.
BY Susan G. Komen NYC
PUBLISHED November 11, 2019
​Susan G. Komen Greater NYC will host the first annual Westchester Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference in conjunction with Pace University on Saturday, November 9, 2019, from 8:15 am to 3:15 pm at the ​Kessel Student Center, GottesmanRoom, PaceUniversity,​​8​ 61BedfordRoad, Pleasantville, NY10570.

The ​Westchester Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference​will provide patients living with stage IV/metastatic breast cancer with critical information on new and emerging treatments, integrative therapies and how to live well with advanced breast cancer. Attendees will enjoy a day of making connections, expanding resources, feeling empowered and being part of a caring community of breast cancer thrivers. ​Patrick Borgen, MD,​​Maimonides Medical Center, and Northwell Health, is Conference Chair.

The distinguished conference faculty includes​​Barry Boyd, MD,​Yale Health System, ​Chau Dang, MD,​​Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Michelle C. Espinoza, MD,​​Northwell Health,​​Anna Komorowski, MD,​Northwell Health,​​Alice Police, MD,​​Northwell Health, ​Joseph Sparano, MD,​​Montefiore Medical Center, and ​Linda Vahdat, MD,​​Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

Attendance is free.​​Advanced registration is required.​Register at k​omennyc.org/wmbcc.​

The Westchester Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference is made possible by ​​Amgen Oncology,​ Athenex Oncology,​​Genentech​​and ​Pace University.​


About Susan G. Komen Greater New York City
Founded in 1990, Susan G. Komen Greater NYC invests in medical research to find the cures and empowers a wide range of community-based programming to provide critical breast cancer services to medically underserved communities.

Susan G. Komen NYC works to remove disparities in access to care to help ensure that where you live and the color of your skin does not determine whether you live. For more information, please visit​​www.komennyc.org.​
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