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Rutgers and the Prostate Net host prostate cancer symposium, May 15

WHAT: This symposium features a renowned faculty of clinicians and researchers who will present leading-edge information on the best standards of care in managing the full spectrum of prostate cancer and related conditions. It is a dual track educational program for patients/spouses, caregivers and advocates as well as physicians and allied healthcare professionals.

WHO: Keynote Luncheon Speaker--Clifton Leaf, award-winning author and business journalist

Diane Johnson, editorial director, The Prostate Net
Michael Karellas, MD, The Cancer Institute of New Jersey
Shlomo Mizrahi, Ph.D., Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration
Daniel Rosenblum, Ph.D., Essex County Cancer Coalition
Biren Saraiya, MD, The Cancer Institute of New Jersey
Ihor Sawczuk, MD, Hackensack University Medical Center
David Shin, MD, Hackensack University Medical Center
Frank Thompson, Ph.D., Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration
Stanley H. Weiss, MD, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey

Saturday, May 15, 2010, 8 am 2 pm
Complimentary breakfast and lunch will be served.

Rutgers University in Newark
Paul Robeson Campus Center Hudson Room (255)
350 Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard
Newark, NJ 07102

(Parking is available on the street and in the University Parking Garage on University Avenue.)

The Prostate Net
School of Public Affairs and Administration at Rutgers University in Newark
Genentech BioOncology

CONTACTS: Virgil Simons, founder and president of The Prostate Net, 888-477-6763 or

Judith Kirchhoff, Ph.D., associate dean of Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration, 973-353-1351 or jkirchho@newark.rutgers.ed


Contact: Helen Paxton
Rutgers University

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