Hope, Innovation, Progress, Support: The 2014 Midwest Regional Brain Tumor Conference

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The 2014 Midwest Regional Brain Tumor Conference is a free educational event for patients with brain tumors, their caregivers and family members.

For more information, please call Melinda Willet at (513) 584-8642.

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To register, scroll down and fill out the form below.

Dizziness & Risk of Fall Screening

Dr. Patrick Shumrick and staff will be offering free 10-minute Dizziness & Risk of Fall Screenings. Check the box in the registration form below if you are interested. You will be contacted to schedule a time slot.

Your Support is Appreciated!

This program is offered for free to patients and family members from across the region, but as costs continue to rise each year, we are seeking additional support. If you would like to help support this conference, please consider sending a donation of $20 or more to:

UC Brain Tumor Center
C/O UCNI Office of Development
PO Box 670570
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0570

You can also make an online gift to support the conference by clicking here.

Date/Time
Date(s) - 06/21/2014
8:30 am - 12:00 pm

Location
Sharonville Convention Center

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