Join us for our 13th annual free event for cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, friends, family and health care professionals. This conference is designed to provide general education on a variety of the late- and long-term effects faced by cancer survivors after treatment is completed and to provide information on wellness after cancer.
Saturday, June 1, 2019
8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Fred Hutch Campus
Thomas Building, Pelton Auditorium
1100 Fairview Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98109
Terri Tate, RN, MS, is a nationally recognized speaker, author and humorist. She had a 2% chance of surviving disfiguring oral cancer, which was first diagnosed in 1991. Since Terri regained her voice, she has inspired audiences around the country with her spirited stories, using lessons from her own struggle to support those facing life challenges. Terri chronicles finding her own internal wisdom and crafting her healing path in her new memoir, A Crooked Smile, with an introduction by Anne Lamott, which was published in November 2016. For more information, see Terri's website.
Please see our agenda page for a detailed schedule.
The event will include educational breakout sessions led by experts in the fields of survivorship, including nutrition, exercise, lymphedema, cardiovascular health, emotional impacts, bone health, caregiving, art therapy, sleep and integrative medicine. Please see our breakout sessions page for detailed information.
Upon registering for the the event, you will choose three breakout sessions to attend.
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