Tune in this Friday, September 21 at 10am EST for a Facebook Live event to get a behind-the-scenes look at how Case Comprehensive Cancer Center researchers right here in Cleveland area exploring new ways to detect and treat cancer. Presented in collaboration with ideastream, host Marlene Harris-Taylor will take you inside a lab with Dr. Justin Lathia from the Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute and Dr. Anant Madabhushi from Case Western Reserve University Department of Biomedical Engineering. These two researchers and their teams with show you how they are using innovative techniques to help unlock some of the mysteries of this disease.
This event is part of a national movement of Cancer Community Summits all taking place on September 21. We are one of more than 350 sites across the country that answered the Biden's call to share updates and discuss our local efforts to accelerate progress in cancer diagnosis, treatment and care.
We encourage you to watch the Facebook Live event, and forward to hearing your questions and comments LIVE!
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Biden Cancer National Summit
Cancer has touched the lives of so many people but it can take a while for solutions to move from the lab to patients. Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden started an initiative two years ago to spotlight cancer research and to find ways to accelerate advances in cancer research. On September 21, Biden will host an event in Washington D.C. to focus on what’s being done to accelerate progress in cancer treatments.
The national event will be live streamed, and we encourage you to watch these sessions as well:
Spotlight Talks: The Cancer Journey
In a series of talks grounded in the realities of the cancer journey, speakers will bring to life stories of strength, resilience, and tenacity told through the prism of a broad range of cancer experiences.
Keynote Speaker Dr. Jill Biden
State of Innovation in Cancer Care and Research
Turning Ideas into Action
Summing up the highlights from working sessions throughout the day, we will focus on ideas ready to be acted upon, collaborations needed to happen, and opportunities within our reach to accelerate progress against cancer.
Keynote: Ending Cancer as We Know It
Vice President Joe Biden, Co-Chair, Biden Cancer Initiative