Us TOO and AnCan present Prostate Cancer Connections. For the second of our three webinars, we offer a discussion on genetics, genomics and prostate cancer. About this exciting emerging topic, participant Katie Stoll states, "Genetic testing technology is changing rapidly and there are a growing number of genetic testing options available. We’re here to help you sort through the wealth of information in this new age of genetics. Our goal is to provide objective expertise and latest developments."

Join us for
Prostate Cancer Connections
Episode 2 in a Series of 3:
Genetics, Genomics and Prostate Cancer Webinar
Thursday, October 15, 2020
7:00-8:30pm Central

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Meet the Presenter
Katie Stoll, MS, CGC: Executive Director
Katie Stoll is a genetic counselor and executive director of the nonprofit organization Genetic Support Foundation. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Colorado State University, and her Master’s degree in Genetic Counseling from Brandeis University. At Genetic Support Foundation, Katie is focused on developing resources and programs to expand the availability of quality information about genetics, and to improve access to genetic counseling services. She is especially interested in the intersection of genetics with primary care and identifying innovative ways to engage with patients and healthcare providers through telehealth, grassroots outreach, and education. Katie lives with her husband and two kids in Washington State. 

James Barrett DeLong and Janet Shimabukuro will also join us for a special patient perspective segment.
Panel:
  • Heather H. Cheng, MD, PhD - Director, Prostate Cancer Genetics Clinic, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
  • Katie Stoll, MS, LGC - Executive Director, Genetic Support Foundation
  • James Barrett DeLong - Patient Perspective, University of Washington School of Social Work, Lecturer Emeritus
  • Janet Shimabukuro - Patient Perspective

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