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Published on February 23, 2017

Colorectal Cancer Panel DiscussionWaterford Place Presents Colorectal Cancer Dinner Program

Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer – and one of the most preventable. Most early colorectal cancers produce no symptoms, which is why screening for colorectal cancer is so important.

Join Rush Copley Medical Group surgeon J.B. Joo, M.D., FACS, FASCRS, and oncologist, Joseph Meschi, M.D., on Wednesday, March 22, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. for a dinner presentation discussing new treatments and advancements made in colorectal cancer. An oncology survivorship nurse navigator, wound ostomy nurse and oncology social worker will join the physicians for a panel discussion on navigation, survivorship, ostomy care and psychosocial support. Dinner will be provided.

The program will be held at Waterford Cancer Resource Center, 1310 Waterford Drive, Aurora. Registration is required. Register by phone at 331-301-5280. Hurry, space is limited.


About Waterford Place
Waterford Place Cancer Resource Center offers services and support, free of charge, to anyone impacted by a cancer diagnosis regardless of where they receive treatment. The center’s warm environment invites participants to connect with support services including mind-body classes, expressive therapies and informational programs along with a salon featuring an American Cancer Society® wig boutique. Waterford Place is a department of Rush Copley Medical Center.

For more information, contact:

Courtney Satlak
Director of Marketing

If you need to reach someone after business hours, please call 630-978-6200 and ask the operator to page the marketing representative on call.