Stupid Cancer Show Webcast Highlights Lurie Cancer Center Programs for Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer
Life After Childhood Cancer on “The Stupid Cancer Show” Webcast
Monday, September 30, 2013
Clinical Nurse Specialist, Karen Kinahan, RN, and Fertility Preservation Patient Navigator, Kristin Smith, discussed the Lurie Cancer Center's programs for adult survivors of pediatric cancer, and the new GET EMPOWERED video education series LIVE on the Stupid Cancer Show.
Together with lymphoma survivor, Colleen Cira, they talked about life after childhood cancer and the progress being made to serve the more than 350,000 Americans in that space. A psychologist and new mother, Cira was treated at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago before making the transition to the Lurie Cancer Center’s STAR Program.
Launched in 2007, The Stupid Cancer Show is a multi-award-winning international talk radio webcast. The show boasts an aggregate listenership exceeding 2.5M worldwide, giving a voice to children, teenagers and young adults with cancer.
Listen online at stupidcancer.org/show/278/
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