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21.09.2015

‘Patient’s School’ will take place in Krasnoyarsk on October, 2

Subject: ‘Metastatic breast cancer. Complications of bone metastases and their prevention'

Venue: Regional State-Financed Health Institution Krasnoyarsk Regional Oncologic named after A.Kryzhanovsky, administration building, 4th floor, a conference hall, 1st Smolenskaya Street, 16.
14:45 REGISTRATION OF PARTICIPANTS OF THE SCHOOL
15:00 THE OPENING OF THE SCHOOL. THE OPENING SPEECH.
Arutunyan Gamlet Armenakovich – Doctor of Med. Science, Deputy Chief Doctor on medical work of Regional State-Financed Health Institution Krasnoyarsk Regional Oncologic named after A.Kryzhanovsky.
15:10 THE MEDICAL PART OF THE ‘PATIENT’S SCHOOL’.
Host: Koposov Pavel Valentinovich – Doctor of Med. Science, professor, State-Financed Health Institution of Moscow 'Diagnostic Clinical Centre No.1', Federal State-Financed Health Institution ‘Central Clinical Hospital RAS’ (CCB RAS), ‘European Medical Centre’ – 40 minutes.
Answers to spoken and written questions – 15 minutes.
16:05 THE LEGAL PART OF THE ‘PATIENT’S SCHOOL’.
Host: Dronov Nikolai Petrovich – a chairman of the executive committee of the interregional public movement ‘Movement against Cancer’, a member of the Public Council and the Council of Public Organizations for the protection of the rights of patients of the Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian Federation. – 20 minutes.
Answers to spoken and written questions – 15 minutes.
16:25 THE PSYCHOLOGICAL PART OF THE ‘PATIENT’S SCHOOL’.
Speaker: Zberovsky Andrey Viktorovich, professor, Doctor of Culturology, family psychologist.
Answers to spoken and written questions – 15 minutes.
17:00 THE CLOSING OF THE ‘PATIENT’S SCHOOL’.
Administration is free.
Information by phone: 8 (391) 222-40-27, 8 (391) 2-326-396
ANO 'Together against Cancer’, Krasnoyarsk
IPM ‘Movement against Cancer’, Moscow