Foundation for Women’s Cancer Presents Free Webinar and Launches Survey to Aid Patients, Advocates & Survivors in Navigating Chemotherapy Shortage

In an effort to help patients, advocates, and survivors navigate the current chemotherapy shortage, the FWC is pleased to announce a free webinar and the launch of a comprehensive survey.

Webinar: Chemotherapy Shortage: What Patients, Advocates & Survivors Need To Know

FWC and SGO leaders will share insightful information about the current chemotherapy drug shortages, including why the shortages are happening, what SGO and FWC are doing to address this issue, and what survivors and advocates can do to help make a change. The FWC encourages participants to come prepared with questions and concerns to make the most of this valuable opportunity. The webinar will also be recorded and made available for viewing after the live session for those unable to attend. Download this flyer and invite others to attend!

Moderator: Ginger Gardner, MD, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, FWC Board Chair

Roisin O’Cearbhaill, MD, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Erin Medlin, MD, Colorado Permanente Medical Group
Deanna Gerber, MD, NYU
Annie Ellis, Patient Advocate
Laura Bray, Angels for Change
Toni Dezomits, Patient

Drug Shortage Survey: Gynecologic cancer patients, survivors, and/or caregivers

Survey responses will help the Foundation for Women’s Cancer advocate to ensure adequate access to cancer treatment.