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See it live here Saturday, October 27, from 9 a.m. to noon Central time. Check your time zone.
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Experience an inspiring morning of learning and sharing. Join the conversation as survivors of childhood cancer and medical experts, cancer researchers and advocates discuss some of the most critical issues facing today’s survivors. Then stay tuned for a special appearance by cancer survivor and celebrity guest Randy Owen, lead vocalist for the legendary band Alabama.
Just come back to this page on Saturday, October 27 at 9 a.m. CST to watch the webcast and see instructions on how to ask questions. Also, follow us on Twitter @StJudeResearch and share your thoughts by using #StJudeSurvivorsDay. Tune in. Submit your questions. Be informed and inspired.
Q: When is the live webcast?
A: The webcast will be broadcast Saturday, October 27, from 9 a.m. to noon Central time (10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Eastern time).
Q: Is there also a live event I can attend?
A: Anyone can view the webcast. In addition, if you were treated at St. Jude, you should have received an invitation to attend the panel discussions in person. If you are a St. Jude survivor and did not receive an invitation, please contact Sharon.Hill@StJude.org.
Q: What will I hear if I tune in?
A: Many special health concerns and social and psychological issues are associated with childhood cancer and its treatment. You will hear from a panel of experts answering your questions about a wide range of issues affecting childhood cancer survivors. You will also hear from five childhood cancer survivors—each treated for a different type of cancer and in a different decade—who will share their insights. In addition, legendary musician Randy Owen will make a special appearance in honor of childhood cancer survivors.
Q: How can I see the webcast?
A: Simply visit this page (www.stjude.org/survivors2012) during the event. The webcast will open automatically.
Note: The webcast will not display properly on mobile devices that do not support Flash.
Q: How do I submit a question?
A: Questions can be submitted by clicking the “Submit Question” button that will appear during the webcast.
Q: Who can participate in the webcast and submit questions?
A: The webcast is open to the public, and anyone is welcome to submit questions.