Let’s Beat the Blues and Address Isolation, Diet, Exercise, Nutrition and More – nbmtLINK Lunch & Learn at Noon

Feb 2, 2023Partners

Let’s Beat the Blues and Address Isolation, Diet, Exercise, Nutrition and More - nbmtLINK Lunch & Learn at Noon

This month Melissa Logue, a Nurse Practitioner (NP) at Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center who works with hematologic patients, will focus on isolation, beating the winter blues, diet, nutrition, exercise, interaction through social media and more.

As well, DeAnn Miller, a vibrant survivor of Myelodysplastic Syndrome with Excess Blasts (MDS-EB2) was transplanted in 2019 and will share the many ways she stays busy, sharp and actively embraces her new normal. The nbmtLINK’s licensed staff social worker, Jennifer Gillette, will facilitate the program. There will also be plenty of time for live questions.

If you have any technical issues related to registering, please call Peggy Burkhard, (248) 770-5172, or email peggyburkhard@nbmtlink.org. The call-in information is contained in the form you use to register. Note: YOU call in participate. (We do not call you.) This program is recorded and available on our website
one week after airing live. (www.nbmtlink.org)

This FREE program is intended to provide psychosocial and emotional
support along with health information from national experts regardingcritical topics surrounding cancer and treatments.

Let’s Beat the Blues: Isolation, Diet & Exercise

A FREE Call In Telephone Support Program for Patients and Their Families/ Caregivers/ Loved Ones
Presented by the National Bone Marrow Transplant Link, www.nbmtlink.org

Special thanks to our generous sponsors: The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Incyte, Omeros Corporation and Pharmacyclics & Janssen. We also thank our Esteemed Link Partners.
IMPORTANT YOU MUST CALL IN
Here are the Call In Details
Toll Free Dial In: 888-596-4144
Conference ID: 3519414#
Lunch & Learn
Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2023
NOON to 1 pm EST


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