Upcoming Webinars

Trauma Resilience
Time: Tuesday, September 29 at 3:00 pm EST
Speaker: Ashley Williams, LCSW; NASM-CPT

The cancer journey is characterized by varying types and levels of trauma. Some are easy to recognize, while others lay dormant and can wreak havoc on our bodies and minds. In this session, we will discuss the insidiousness of trauma, identify trauma responses, and explore how to build trauma resilience during and after your cancer journey.


Ask the Expert: AYA Thyroid Cancer
Time: Thursday, October 8 at 4:00 pm EST
Speaker: Dr. Mimi Hu, Dr. Anita Ying, Dr. Naifa Busaidy

Questions about AYA Thyroid Cancer? Hear from three MD Anderson doctors for an opportunity to learn directly from the experts! Dr. Mimi Hu, Dr. Anita Ying, and Dr. Naifa Busaidy will share their knowledge about what AYA patients/survivors should know and how this disease impacts our community. Submit questions in advance to programs@stupidcancer.org.

Made possible by Lilly Oncology


Sound Meditation: What is Therapeutic Sound?
Time: Wednesday, October 21 at 2:00 pm EST
Speakers: Eileen Moran & Luana DeAngelis
In partnership with You Can Thrive!

Featured Practitioners: Luana DeAngelis, Founder of YCT! & Eileen Moran, Director of Programs at YCT! and Founder of Architects of Experience. Experience the subtle, yet profound, positive effects of intentional sound and harmonic overtones in the body during this relaxing workshop for wellness and self-healing. Take a “sound journey," featuring the sounds of the Himalayan bowls, gong, tuning forks, and chimes, and breath and visualization techniques to put you in a more renewed and connected place in your mind and in your life.


A Conversation on Confronting Disparities in Care with Metastatic Breast Cancer Patients and HCPs
Time: Wednesday, October 28 at 3:00 pm EST

In addition to the challenges that all adolescents and young adults face when diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer, Black patients must also navigate a range of disparities in healthcare including medical bias, later stage diagnosis, and higher mortality rate. This webinar will bring together patient and HCP voices to share their experiences, engage in the ongoing dialogue to address these disparities, and suggestions for actionable ways to collaborate to eradicate disparities.


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