HCC Provider Roundtable
November 28, 2023
5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. ET
Cambria Hotel and Suites (Downtown Pittsburgh, PA)
There is a need to better understand the diagnosis, management, and treatment in the evolving liver cancer patient environment. To address these needs, the HCC Provider Roundtable provides an opportunity for an open interaction between scientists, providers, and other stakeholders on strategies to improve the lives of patients living with liver cancer while recognizing the unique challenges of disparities in liver cancer and liver diseases.
Program development is led by our Course Directors, Samer Tohme, MD, John J. Fung/ Astellas Pharma US, Inc. Assistant Professor of Surgery Department of Surgery UPMC Liver Cancer Center and Renuka Iyer, MD Chief of the Department of GI Oncology Founder, Roswell Park Neuroendocrine Tumor Biobank Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Subject matter experts will include all aspects of liver cancer care to patients including medical oncology, surgical oncology, interventional radiology, transplantation, behavioral medicine, and primary care. We will also have representation from academic institutions, the VA Health System, community providers, and the participation of GI fellowship programs.
The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) national non-profit organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education, and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.
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Your support allows the Community Liver Alliance to continue to provide education, resources and support to the liver community we all serve.
For more information on ways to support and collaborate with the Community Liver Alliance, please contact Suzanna Masartis at Suzanna@communityliveralliance.org or 412-400-9343.