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Twin Falls, ID (KTWT, KMVT-TV)
The 2nd annual Magic Valley Cancer Survivors Night is coming up Thursday May 30th.
It runs from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. A light dinner will be provided.
Topics include If I Only Had a Brain with Matt Pond a Idaho native singer, songwriter and survivor.
Thriving in Survivorship: Reclaiming Independence Through Cancer Rehabilitation with Dr. Jonathan Myers.
And a panel discussion Q & A with Dr. Banu Symington a Medical Oncologist, Dr. Jonathan Myers, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Alisa Rawson, MS, RD, LD an Oncology Dietitian.
Nicole Thomas, LMSW, Oncology Social Worker and Cancer Survivor Matt Pond.
This program is open to all cancer patients and survivors regardless of where you received your care. Caregivers, healthcare professionals and representatives from community groups are also welcome. Advanced registration call 1-855-685-5409. Discounted holet rooms are also available. Nicole Thomas joins Diane Dean on KTWT to discuss the event being held at St. Luke's Magic Valley downstairs near the food court. You can also call St. Luke's Magic Valley and ask for Nicole Thomas. You can also listen to the interview for more information.