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Seminars & Resources


Topic: My Meeting
Date: Wednesday, December 5, 2007
Time: 5:30 pm, Pacific Standard Time (GMT -08:00, San Francisco)
Mtg Number: 927 457 487
Mtg Password: cordblood

To start the online presentation, presented by Eric Drew:

1. Go to http://www.drewfoundation.org/seminars/120507

2. Please enter your email address, name and meeting password.

3. Click “Join Now”.

4. Follow the instructions that appear on your screen.

To call in to the teleconference to listen to Eric’s presentation, please dial in to the number

below and enter the meeting number:

Call-in toll-free number (US/Canada): 866-469-3239

Important Resources:


  • The National
    Cancer Institute
    coordinates the National Cancer Program
    and is the Federal Government’s principal agency for cancer
    research and training.
  • The National
    Marrow Donor Program
    (NMDP) is the international leader
    in the facilitation of unrelated marrow and blood stem cell
  • The Fred Hutchinson
    Cancer Research Center
    conducts research of the highest
    standards to improve prevention and treatment of cancer and
    related diseases.
  • This (NCI)
    has important information about leukemia and discusses
    possible causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, followup care
    and coping with this disease.
  • The Southern
    California Biomedical Council
    provides information and
    resources for the biomedical industry. They also sponsor conferences
    where new biomedical advancements for diseases like cancer
    are presented.
  • The City
    of Hope
    a Comprehensive Cancer Center, is an innovative
    biomedical research, treatment and educational institution.
    The City of Hope also facilitates bone marrow typing for the
    National Marrow Donor Program.
  • Medline
    (updated daily) provides indexed information on drugs,
    health, and clinical trials; it is a service the U.S. National
    Library of Medicine Health and National Institutes of Health.
  • The Leukemia & Lymphoma
    is the world’s largest voluntary health organization
    dedicated to funding blood cancer research, education and patient
  • To explore alternative treatments, the Alternative
    Medicine Angel
    is a non-profit site providing information
    on alternative medications, research, physicians and therapies.
  • The Sailing
    Heritage Society
    provides no-cost cruises on Mallory for
    seriously ill patients and their families and provides low-cost
    fundraising cruises for nonprofits when Mallory is not chartering
    commercially to cover her own expenses.
  • The National
    Comprehensive Cancer Network
    is a non-profit tax exempt
    corporation that is an alliance of the world’s leading cancer

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