Updated: 08/27/2014 9:53 AM
Created: 08/27/2014 9:03 AM WDIO.com
St. Luke's Regional Cancer Center is hosting a free lecture on managing the legal and financial issues of cancer survivorship.
Dr. Basem Goueli stopped by Good Morning Northland to tell us about the cancer survivorship series and the many resources available at the cancer center.
The lecture is on Tuesday, Sept. 16 at Marshall School Auditorium (1215 Rice Lake Road in Duluth).
St. Luke's is offering a light dinner at 5 p.m.
The lecture runs from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Everyone is invited to the lecture, whether you are a cancer survivor, family member, or simply interested in learning more.
Registration is required.
Contact Tina Roberts with the Cancer Center at 218-249-5468 or email Tina.Roberts@slhduluth.com by September 10.
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