Mission: promote ovarian cancer awareness and education; support those diagnosed and survivors; and advocate for public policy and funding.
Survivorship Tips, Now What... Educational Session Presented by Lisa Egan
February 17, 5pm-6:15pm
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No two people have the same experience with cancer-- it is an experience of great individuality. But what most people share is the common belief that life is different after their cancer diagnosis. This session on survivorship tips will take a look into life after a cancer diagnosis including potential long term effects of treatments, the challenges associated with navigating the health care system, resources available for cancer survivors. We will also discuss the concepts of post- traumatic stress as well as post-traumatic growth as they relate to the cancer experience.
There will be a Q&A segment after the presentation.
Lisa Egan is a physician assistant in the gynecologic oncology division at OHSU. She has worked with this oncology group for 17 years, caring for patients throughout their cancer experience. She also runs a clinical program titled, “Sexual Health in Women Affected by Cancer” at OHSU. She is involved in academic education for OHSU PA students, medical students and OB/Gyn resident physicians.
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