PHOENIX, AZ March 2021 – The Seena Magowitz Foundation and the Medical College of Wisconsin are proud to announce upcoming Pancreatic Cancer Podcasts to be held on the first day of each month with the inaugural episode beginning on April 1, 2021.
The podcasts will feature the most innovative minds in pancreatic cancer research to share the latest news about pancreatic cancer research, life-extending treatments, and how to become your own best healthcare advocate.
Each episode will include world-renowned oncologist researchers, pancreatic cancer surgeons, clinical trial lead investigators, and patients who will share their unique stories.
Our goal is to supercharge the learning experience and awareness about pancreatic cancer.
The mission is moving the latest discoveries about pancreatic cancer forward to save lives, extend patient life, enlighten the public on how to minimize the chances of getting pancreatic cancer, and ways to strengthen patient and doctor communication that will help lead to early detection.
Our focus is on high-value content to the benefit of patients, potential patients, general practitioners, nurse practitioners, medical students, and the general public.
Our panels will include world-renowned oncologist researchers, pancreatic cancer surgeons, clinical trial lead investigators, and patients who will share their stories.
Introducing Your Podcast Host:
- Miranda Wainberg, Director of Marketing and Communications, firstname.lastname@example.org
APRIL 1 INAUGURAL PODCAST
World-renowned pancreatic surgeon, Dr. Douglas B. Evans will be discussing the latest in pancreatic cancer surgery and will share a little bit about our exciting partnership with the Medical College of Wisconsin.
He will address the importance of getting 2nd opinions and the crucial importance of effective dialogue relating to early detection. Dr. Evans will be joined by Advance Nurse Practitioners, Gabby Pyptiuk and Lauren Newell.
- Douglas B. Evans, MD, FACS, Chair, Department of Surgery, Professor of Surgery Donald C. Ausman Foundation, Endocrine Surgery, Pancreatic Cancer, Surgical Oncology Froedtert Hospital, Medical College of Wisconsin
- Gabriella Pyptluk, RN, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Division of Surgical Oncology, Medical College of Wisconsin
- Lauren Newell, RN, MSN, APNP, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Division of Surgical Oncology, Medical College of Wisconsin
About the Seena Magowitz Foundation
Known as “The Face and Voice of Pancreatic Cancer ” the Seena Magowitz Foundation works to provide the loudest voice of awareness of pancreatic cancer. The foundation was founded by Roger. E. Magowitz in honor of his mother, Seena Magowitz who lost her battle with pancreatic cancer in 2001. The Foundation is entering its 20th year of funding medical research in search of innovative life-extending treatments for pancreatic cancer patients. Besides leading-edge treatments, it focuses on the discovery of easier methods of early detection with an ultimate mission of finding a cure. According to Roger E. Magowitz, “The foundation accepts the challenge. If not us, then who?”
About Froedtert Hospital and The Medical College of Wisconsin
The Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin regional health network is a partnership between Froedtert Health and the Medical College of Wisconsin supporting a shared mission of patient care, innovation, medical research, and education. Froedtert Hospital is also a respected research facility with more than 2,000 research studies, including clinical trials, conducted every year. Froedtert Hospital operates the Milwaukee region’s only adult Level I Trauma Center. Froedtert Hospital is located on the Milwaukee Regional Medical Center campus.