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Counting Tumour Cells - Sept 23, 2014

September 23, 2014

Credits: 
Category B Credits (2-hours)
Venue: 
CCNM, Webinar
Open to: 
NDs, Healthcare Practitioners, Students
ND/health-care practitioner: 
$49
Alumni association price: 
$39
Student price: 
$0

Course description

**This course will be offered by LIVE AT CCNM, and via LIVE WEBINAR on Sept 23, 2014 from 7-9pm**
This presentation by the developer of Maintrac testing, will cover an in-depth description of the method and how it was developed. The clinical utility of counting circulating tumour cells in assessing efficacy and relapse will also be covered. For naturopathic doctor or healthcare practitioners offering adjunctive cancer care, this presentation will further your knowledge with respect to treatment selection, treatment efficacy monitoring, and understanding the cancer process on an individual basis by serial assessment of circulating cancer cell burden.

Dr. Katharina Pachmann
Dr. Katharina Pachmann, PhD is a professor, and senior researcher at the Transfusion Center Bayreuth in Germany. She has spent 12 years in the Experimental Hematology & Oncology department at Friedrich Schiller University and has focused her research on the detection, identification, and treatment of cancer cells in the peripheral blood. Dr. Pachmann is the developer of Maintrac testing for counting circulating tumour cells.
Tuesday, September 23, 2014 - 7-9pm

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