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  • #37702
    gavin
    Moderator

    Hi Rick,

    Thanks for reminding us all about the CC Twitter page, I always forget about Twitter as I never use it! Gonna have to keep my eye on it more in the future!

    Gavin

    #37701
    darla
    Participant

    Thanks for the suggestion Rick. I checked it out and it makes me feel connected and a part of things even tho’ I can’t be there.

    #37700
    rick
    Keymaster

    If you’d like to see some quick pics from today’s symposium, join us on Twitter. http://twitter.com/curecc (You don’t have to join twitter, or follow us to view our status updates and pictures.)

    #37699
    jeffgrieder
    Member

    Wish you all a safe trip and look forward to hearing back from you guys!

    #37698

    This sounds a brilliant day, Marion. Very much look forward to your report.

    Helen x

    #37697
    gavin
    Moderator

    Thanks to you all for all of this great work and I look forward to reading all about it.

    Gavin

    #37696
    lainy
    Participant

    What a team! You are all the best! We thank you for all that you do, it is truly appreciated.

    #37695
    devoncat
    Participant

    To the CC Team,
    Thanks for all you do. Have a wonderful symposium, full of productive collaboration and I cant wait for the update on this! Yall are awesome.

    Wishing everyone a safe trip.

    Kris

    #3494
    marions
    Moderator

    The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation in cooperation with The CanLive Foundation, http://www.canliv.org/invite.asp, is cosponsering the First Biliary Tract Gallbladder Cancer Research Symposium on May 7th, in Alexandria, VA.

    This symposium brings together scientists, clinical researchers, representatives from the NCI (National Cancer Institute), the NIH (National Institute of Health (NIH) and Patient Advocates. The primary goal of this one day conference is to participate and collaborate, design and accelerate research and treatment of bile duct and gall bladder cancers.

    The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation will be represented (amongst others) by:
    Stacie, Sara, Rick, Sue Crago, Mark Stephens, David Windel, Barbara (from New Hamphire) and myself.

    We are anticipating this to be an informative and rewarding day and will fill you in with the details soon thereafter.

    Best to all,
    Marion

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