Cutting out Women's Cancer - Shared screen with speaker view
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Hi everyone, please post all of your questions to the chat here. We'll get to them after our patients speak. Thank you!
Happy birthday Jayme!
Jayme you are doing awesome!! Thank you for sharing
I know The Naquin Family - great people. Lynn's family were a very strong support group. Lynn and her family stayed positive throughout the journey and continue to remain strong together.
God Bless the brilliant health care professionals who helped care for Lynn. Love, Debbie
thank you so much
Thank you! :)
Thank you Britnie!
Friendly reminder to post your questions here - thank you!
Thank you Jillian!
A big, heartfelt thank you to our incredibly brave survivors – Lynn, Britnie and Jillian - for sharing your stories! We appreciate everyone taking the time to tune in today.
To all of the ladies, thank you for sharing your phenomenal stories.
Thank you to all you ladies for sharing!
For more information about LSU Health’s Department of Gynecology Oncology and how to support the program visit https://lsuneworleansgynonc.org/.Facebook @LSUNOGynOnc, Instagram @LSUGynOnc, and Twitter @LSUGynOnc
Please visit LSU Health Foundation’s website or Facebook page to watch a recording of this webinar as well as learn more about getting involved! https://www.lsuhealthfoundation.org/cuttingoutwomenscancer/Facebook: @lsuhealthfoundationInstagram: @lsuhealthfoundationnola
Who should receive the vaccine? What age group? At what age is it too late?
great information and I appreciate the survivors sharing their journeys
Thank you so much for sharing your stories with us.
what a great way to share these inspiring stories!
thank you everyone!
Incredible patient stories! Thanks for sharing!
What's the vaccine called again?
Where can I find good information on BRCA research?
Do you have an outreach for women who do not have access to care due to lack of healthcare insurance?
Such powerful people! Thank you so much for sharing your journeys and being advocates for gynecologic cancer awareness! Thank you to Dr. Nair, Dr. Jernigan, Dr. Castellano, and the department for all you do for the community!
How do you make screening more accessible and affordable? I know that diagnostics exams are expensive. I share a similar story of having abdominal pain being dismissed and as a nurse having the autonomy to seek out other providers found that it was a bleeding hemorrhagic cyst. (two). How can we ensure that vulnerable populations (women of color, poverty) know about symptoms and screening frequencies when they often don't get well-woman appointments because they can't afford them?
For our survivors: what have you learned along the way that you wish had known prior to your diagnosis? And what do you tell your family/friends when trying to educate them on your cancer/screening?
Thank you for sharing
fantastic job!! excellent presentation and so proud of our LSU GYN ONC Division!!
Thank you everyone for sharing and thank you for hosting this educational zoom meeting.
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Jayme: As a family member, what did you feel your mom's doctors did well to educate you and your family, and what do you wish we could have done better
So privileged to be a part of this wonderful family and team. Thank you to these brave ladies for sharing your experiences. Your stories are helping others!
Thank you guys!