2017 Symposium

Saturday, February 25, 2017
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
UCLA Faculty Center
480 Charles E Young Dr E
Los Angeles, CA 90095
United States
Our annual Symposium, held at UCLA each February, has become an educational and inspirational patient centered program that has integrated nearly 200 researchers, clinicians, patients, survivors and families to learn and discuss developments, personalized medicine, cutting-edge treatments and the progression of finding a cure for pancreatic cancer. In past Symposiums, topics have included oncology, surgery, psychosocial management, nutrition and integrative medicine, gastroenterology, genetics, basic science, and radiology. The programs are organized by Dr. Vay Liang Go, MD, PhD, Chair of the Scientific Advisory Board, and include a patient/survivor panel where patients share their story and answer questions about living with pancreatic cancer. There is no fee for attending this event.
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