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Spring to Life with NYOH on May 11th

4/02/2019

NYOH invites everyone living with cancer, their families, companions and caregivers to a FREE program on Saturday, May 11, 2019.

As the region’s largest provider of cancer care, NYOH is proud to host the sixth annual “Spring to Life” conference at the Albany Marriott Hotel. The morning session is designed for physicians and medical professionals, while the afternoon session focuses on “Hopefulness During Change, Aging, Illness and Loss.”

Register: http://spring2liferegistration.org/

Afternoon – Survivors, Family, Friends and Caregivers

Our afternoon session will include a light lunch and exhibits. Dr. Ira Zackon, President of New York Oncology Hematology will host the program, which includes patient interviews and a panel discussion. The goal of the program is to create community dialogues on living with cancer. This year’s theme, “Hopefulness During Change, Aging, Illness and Loss,” is aimed at both survivors as well as their loved ones and caregivers.

Register: https://cmersvp.com/s2l-patient-program/

Download Patient & Caregiver Flyer

Morning – Health Care Professionals (CME Credit)

As in the past, our morning session offers CME credit to health care professionals, with a program focused on Immuno-Oncology.  Physicians from NYOH, Dana Farber Cancer Center and Roswell Park will discuss emerging research and treatments that are harnessing the power of our immune system in cancer therapy.  

Register: https://cmersvp.com/s2l-healthcare-professional/

Download Healthcare Professional Flyer

NYOH Participating Physicians

Ira Zackon, MD Nischala Ammannagari, MD Courtney Bellomo, MD

About the Program

Spring to Life™ is an annual free program for patients who have been diagnosed with cancer, as well as their families, companions, and caregivers. Healthcare professionals are welcome and encouraged to participate in the afternoon patient-centered sessions.

Each year, patients and their loved ones join national experts, community oncologists, hematologists, and social workers to share stories and improve understanding in an entertaining and supportive environment. The theme of the 2019 program is Hopefulness During Change, Aging, Illness and Loss.