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NHO, The Patient Story to Host Free Breast Cancer Event in Lincoln

Nebraska Hematology-Oncology will be partnering with The Patient Story to bring a free, informative breast cancer event to Lincoln on Thursday, April 25 at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church. The event titled “Understanding New Treatment Options” will be a live discussion featuring some of the most prominent cancer physicians in the region who will share some of the latest advances in the treatment of breast cancer. Cancer survivor and founder of The Patient Story, Stephanie Chuang will be moderating the event.

NHO medical oncologist Dr. Madhu Midathada and NHO radiation oncologist Dr. Kevin Yiee will be on stage with Advanced Medical Imaging’s Dr. Kelsey Williams to answer questions and inform those in attendance about the latest in breast cancer and what can be done right here in our community. In addition, NHO supportive staff in Genetic Counseling, Patient Financial Services, Social Work, Child Life Services, and Survivorship will talk about life after diagnosis and treatment and what support is in the community for those dealing with the other side of cancer.

Several local community partners will also be on hand to give out information and talk to attendees about their services. Those partners include: A Time To Heal Foundation, Advanced Medical Imaging, American Cancer Society, Balance Mobility/Lincoln Cancer Rehab, Nebraska Hematology-Oncology, Women’s Orthotics & Prosthetics, and the YMCA.

Those attending can register in advance at to receive a free informational packet, bonus content and additional speaker interviews, and be entered into a giveaway for prizes.

Event Details:
Time: 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. (Check-in at 3:30 to meet with local support organizations)
Location: St. Mark’s United Methodist Church (8550 Pioneers Blvd.)
Free parking, complimentary coffee, tea, water, and light refreshments will be served.
Register for free at

More about The Patient Story can be found at