Topic: Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation visit to Thailand March 16 2017

A report on the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation's visit to Thailand!

Please have a look here -

http://cascap.info/main/index.php/easyb … -2017.html

Thanks to all who were there!

Gavin

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Re: Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation visit to Thailand March 16 2017

Absolutely fantabulous!!  Thank you for posting, Gavin and a huge thanks you to all who attended. I just feel good things around the corner are coming!

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Re: Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation visit to Thailand March 16 2017

Yep, let's keep our fingers and everything else crossed Lainy for good things coming our way and lots of progress!!

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Re: Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation visit to Thailand March 16 2017

2nd line, first picture:
back row, left to right:

Dr. Javle, MD, MD Anderson, The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation Vice Chair, Clinical Science Advisory Board, Chair, The  International Cholangiocarcinoma  Research Network
next to him: Sue Aquisto, PhD, Chair, The Cholangiocarcinoma Nursing Advisory Board
next to her:  Prof. John Bridgwater, UK
lady in pink:  Stacie Lindsey, President and Founder, The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation
to her right:  Mitesh Borad, MD, Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale, and Vice Chair of the International Cholangiocarcinoma Research Network (ICRN)
http://cholangiocarcinoma.org/internati … h-network/
next to Dr. Borad:
Sean Turbeville, PhD, my eldest son,  The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation Board Member

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Marion

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