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Meningioma Awareness Day is the only patient-centered event of its kind, bringing together patients, survivors, caregivers, and family with doctors, researchers, and other medical professionals to discuss the latest treatments, research, and proactive strategies for living with and beyond this disease.
Our fifth Meningioma Awareness Day on Saturday, April 28, 2012 will once again offer participants a full day of educational presentations, lectures, and opportunities to meet others. An opening program held on Friday, April 27, will provide one-on-one discussions between patients and medical experts who can answer their questions. A welcome reception later that evening will include a chance to socialize and network.
Meningioma Awareness Day provides a holistic approach to understanding brain tumors, treatment options, and quality of life. In one day, in one location, more than 300 participants will be able to discuss a number of topics related to this condition. This year will include a greater focus on wellness and after-care issues. Listen to tips on navigating the insurance system and how to maximize the patient-neurosurgeon relationship. Hear personal experiences from other patients, as well as insight and advice from medical professionals who treat people with these tumors. Meningioma Awareness Day is a unique opportunity to learn more about the latest information related to many aspects of the meningioma experience.
The event will be held at Harvard Medical School's Joseph B. Martin Conference Center, 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston, MA 02115. The registration fee of $40 includes both days of programming, parking at the event, and meals/refreshments. The registration fee can be waived on a need basis.
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