Colorectal Cancer: Screening, Treatment and Risk Reduction

3/24/21, 4:00 PM
America/New York GMT -4 summer

Description

Demystifying colorectal cancer: experts discuss why screening is important, warning signs of colorectal cancer, who should be screened and when, can I be screened despite the pandemic, what are the current treatments available, and how to minimize risk of recurrence after a colorectal cancer diagnosis.

Speakers:
Roger Patron, MD
Colorectal Surgeon, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens
Assistant Professor in Clinical Surgery, Colon & Rectal Surgery, Weill Cornell Medicine

Christopher Foglia
Chief, Section of Colorectal Surgery, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens
Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery, Weill Cornell Medicine
Program Director, General Surgical Residency Program

Jini Hyun
Medical Oncologist, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine

Ellen Gutkin
Attending Gastroenterologist, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens
Assistant Professor Weill Cornell Medical College-Cornell University

Previous registration necessary?

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YES
Simultaneous translation ?

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YES
Will it be recorded?
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YES

Colorectal Cancer: Screening, Treatment and Risk Reduction

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Speakers

Roger Patron, Christopher Foglia, Jini Hyun, Ellen Gutkin

 

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Colorectal Cancer: Screening, Treatment and Risk Reduction