Patient and Caregiver Webinar on Advanced Melanoma

A Review of New Therapies in Development and Standards of Care

A Free Internet Webinar for Advance Melanoma Patients, Their Families and Caregivers


These free recordings of 45 minute Webinars are geared toward patients with advanced melanoma and their caregivers. The Webinars are facilitated by physician researchers who specialize in melanoma at nationally recognized cancer centers. Each Webinar covers similar material, with slightly different presentations based on each moderatorís clinical and professional experience.


Webinar Moderators

Michael Gordon, M.D. Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine, Associate Member, Arizona Cancer Center, & President, Premiere Oncology of Arizona

Anna C. Pavlick, D.O. Assistant Professor of Medicine and Dermatology, New York University Medical Center and NYU Cancer Center

Antoni Ribas, M.D. Assistant Professor in Medicine & Surgery, University of California at Los Angeles, Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, UCLA Medical Center


Webinar Highlights

In addition to an overview of advanced melanoma, the physician moderators discuss the following:

  • A detailed overview of current standards of care for advanced melanoma (i.e., stages IIIa, IIIb and IV);
  • An overview of diagnostics, prognostic factors, and genetic/proteomic research for advanced melanomas;
  • An outline of the unique characteristics of advanced melanomas; and
  • A detailed overview of the current research to treat advanced melanomas.

View the Free Webinars: How to Register

To register, go to http://emergingmed.webex.com. Under the "Attend a Session" section, click on "Recorded Sessions." Select the recorded Webinar you want to view. If you have questions, please contact EmergingMed:.

Jointly sponsored by:
EmergingMed
Melanoma International Foundation
Melanoma Research Foundation
The William S.Graham Foundation for Melanoma Research
The Charlie Guild Melanoma Foundation.

This project is funded by an unrestricted educational grant from Pfizer.

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