Breast Cancer Survivor / Advocate Review Meeting


after the “Second Annual Wisconsin Review of the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium”

Saturday, January 28, 2017
Advocate Review Meeting & Lunch
12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
The Pfister Hotel
424 East Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI  53202

Hosted by:
Wisconsin Breast Cancer Coalition

Register Today
For Survivor/Advocate Review Meeting

Breast cancer survivors and advocates are invited to register for an informal lunch meeting at the Pfister Hotel immediately following the morning science program hosted by Wisconsin Association of Hematology and Oncology. The morning program begins at 8:10am and concludes at 12:15pm.  The survivor / advocate lunch meeting will last approximately one hour.

Advocates at the October Boot Camp co-presented by WBCC and Medical College of Wisconsin.

Who Should Attend:
This lunch discussion meeting is for breast cancer survivors and advocates who are registered for and attend the morning science session. Complimentary but required registration for the morning science session can be done at

About the Advocate Review Meeting:
This short interactive lunch meeting affords the opportunity for survivors and advocates to come together, as a small group, for an informal discussion of the morning science session, including highlights and take home message from each presentation. In addition, advocates will have an opportunity to ask questions related to the science topics presented.
Christopher R. Chitambar, MD, FACP, a presenter and moderator for the morning science session, will be the moderator for the survivor/advocate meeting. Dr. Chitambar is a faculty member of the Medical College of Wisconsin. He will guide discussions as needed and answer science questions related to the six morning presentations.

There is no cost to attend the survivor/advocate lunch meeting.

Registration Information:
Online registration SPECIFIC to the survivor/advocate lunch meeting is also REQUIRED. Click here to register for the advocate lunch meeting.  Space is limited to 20.  Register today!  Please contact Kathleen Harris at with any questions.