Follow the UW Carbone Cancer Center's Symposium on Twitter: Oct. 23
On Friday at the UW Carbone Cancer Center's annual symposium, we'll be tweeting live throughout the day from a variety of sessions. Follow us at www.twitter.com/uwcarbone to get these exclusive sneak peeks at the conference, while it's happening. We'll also provide more comprehensive coverage of the symposium next week, via uwhealth.org, Twitter and Facebook.
From the HPV vaccine to lung and colon cancer screening to breast cancer prevention, we'll be covering a wide variety of timely topics at this year's symposium, titled "Are We Winning the War on Cancer?" Other conference topics include:
Wisconsin: Cancer Trendsetter or Trend Follower
Patrick Remington, MD, MPH and Jim Cleary, MD
Health Care Reform, 2009: Are We Leading, Following, or Getting Out of the Way?
Katharyn May, DNSc, RN, FAAN
An Ounce of Prevention: Nutrition and Activity Interventions for Families and Communities
Alex Adams, MD, PhD
Health Literacy - Its Costs to Your Patients, Practice and Community and What You Can Do About It
Will you be tweeting, too? If you also plan to tweet from Friday's cancer symposium, please use the #uwcs09 tag.
What is Twitter? Twitter is a free service that allows its users to send and receive short messages known as "tweets" (less than 140 characters). To sign up for an account, to go Twitter.com.
Date Published: 10/21/2009