Pediatric Moving Beyond Cancer to Wellness 2019

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Thank you for attending the Pediatric Moving Beyond Cancer to Wellness event, a free educational conference featuring breakout sessions led by experts in the fields of nutrition, fertility and reproductive health, cognitive function and school issues after cancer, emotional and mental health and building resilience.   The event was attended by nearly 130 people affected by cancer, including patients, survivors, parents, friends, volunteers, exhibitors and speakers. 

“The panel session and Q&A with the five hero's was awesome, informative, helpful and meaningful."

— Survivor, 2019 Attendee

Presentations

Cognitive Function and School Issues After Cancer
    David Breiger, PhD
    Neuropsychology, Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Seattle Children's Hospital

Financial Resources and Opportunities
    Garrett Sloan, CFP
    Board Member, CENTS Program 

Fertility Preservation and Treatment for Girls & Women
    Lynn Davis, MD, MS
    Seattle Reproductive Medicine

Male Fertility after Cancer
    Charles Muller, PhD, HCLD
    Male Fertility Lab, University of Washington

Moving Beyond Cancer To Wellness
Eric Chow, MD, MPH
    Seattle Children’s Hospital, University of Washington

Family Planning after Diagnosis of Cancer
    Genevieve Neal-Perry, MD, PhD
    Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, University of Washington

Emotional and Mental Health of Survivors
    Joanna Thome Patten, PsyD
    Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Seattle Children's Hospital 

Nutrition and Wellness in Cancer Survivorship
    Kim Kellogg, MS, RD, CD, CNSC
    Clinical Nutrition, Cancer & Blood Disorders Center, Seattle Children's Hospital 

Building Resilience
    Leslie Heron, APRN, FNP-BC, NC-BC
    Fred Hutch Survivorship Program

Improving Long Term Health with Exercise
    Tyler Ketterl, MD, MS
    Medical Director, Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology

Hosted By

Survivorship Program Fred Hutch
Seattle Children's

Sponsored By

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Last Modified, October 28, 2019