Date: May 29, 2019
Time: 3:00 pm  to  4:00 pm EST

Neuropathy is a common side effect for colorectal cancer patients. It is a side effect that can be incredibly challenging to manage, and can affect daily living. Join this informative webinar to learn all about neuropathy—why it happens, how to prepare for it, and methods to try and reduce its effects. This is an important webinar for all survivors and patients! Dana will speak from both the medical professional and patient angle, as she is a colon cancer survivor herself!

Your registration is important-even if you can’t attend live we’ll share the slides, video & audio of the presentation directly to you!

About the Presenter

Dana Cardinas, DPM, FACFAS

Dr. Dana Cardinas, best known as Dr. Dana, has been in the podiatry world since 1998.She practiced in Grapevine and Keller, Texas and was a partner in Foot and Ankle Associates of North Texas.During this time, she was voted Best Podiatrist in Keller and one of America’s Top 100 Podiatrist from 2006 to 2015. Along with a local following, she attracted patients from all over the world with the farthest from Dubai!

She was forced to retire in 2016 due to severe neuropathy in her right hand that was linked to her diagnosis of stage IIIC colon cancer in 2018. After surgery and 6 months of chemo, she has her own daily battles with neuropathy which prompted her to research every possible option available to soothe her nerves.But no matter how bad the neuropathy is she is happy to currently be cancer free!

 

SPONSORED BY:

no shave

What You Need to Know About Chemotherapy Induced Neuropathy

5/29/20193:00pm EDT1 hour

Convert to my timezone

Neuropathy is a common side effect for colorectal cancer patients. It is a side effect that can be incredibly challenging to manage, and can affect daily living. Join this informative webinar to learn all about neuropathy - why it happens, how to prepare for it, and methods to try and reduce its effects. This is an important webinar for all survivors and patients! Dana will speak from both the medical professional and patient angle, as she is a colon cancer survivor herself!

Your registration is important - even if you can't attend live we'll share the slides, video & audio of the presentation directly to you!