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Intro and Dr. Sugarbaker (part 1) June 2011 PMP Symposium
Intro and Dr. Sugarbaker (part 1) June 2011 PMP Symposium

Crozer-Chester Medical Center and PMP Research Foundation Symposium

Dr. Sugarbaker (part 2) June 2011 PMP Symposium
Dr. Sugarbaker (part 2) June 2011 PMP Symposium

Keynote Address: Paul Sugarbaker, MD, FACS, FRCS Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC "Standard of Care for Peritoneal Dissemination from Gastrointestinal Cancer - 2010 and Beyond".

Dr. Esquivel (part 1) June 2011 PMP Symposium
Dr. Esquivel (part 1) June 2011 PMP Symposium

Jesus Esquivel, MD, FACS St Agnes Medical Center, Baltimore, MD Appendiceal Neoplasms and CRS+HIPEC Procedural Overview

Dr. Esquivel (part 2) and Dr. Lambert (part 1)  June 2011 PMP Symposium
Dr. Esquivel (part 2) and Dr. Lambert (part 1) June 2011 PMP Symposium

Jesus Esquivel, MD, FACS St Agnes Medical Center, Baltimore, MD Appendiceal Neoplasms and CRS+HIPEC Procedural Overview Laura Lambert, MD UMass Medical Center, Worcester, MA Advanced PMP/Appendicea

Dr. Lambert (part 2) June 2011 PMP Symposium
Dr. Lambert (part 2) June 2011 PMP Symposium

Laura Lambert, MD UMass Medical Center, Worcester, MA Advanced PMP/Appendiceal Cancer: When Cure is Not an Option

Case Presentation June 2011 PMP Symposium
Case Presentation June 2011 PMP Symposium

June 2011 PMP Symposium Case Presentation

Patient Perspective and Dr. Sardi (part 1) June 2011 PMP Symposium
Patient Perspective and Dr. Sardi (part 1) June 2011 PMP Symposium

Patient Perspective and Dr. Sardi June 2011 PMP Symposium Michael Dvorsky provides a patients perspective on PMP. Case presentation by Dr. Sardi from Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore.

Dr. Sardi (part 2) June 2011 PMP Symposium
Dr. Sardi (part 2) June 2011 PMP Symposium

Case Presentation and Discussion Armando Sardi, MD, FACS Mercy Medical Center, Baltimore, MD

PMP Cancer Awareness Walk (part 1)
PMP Cancer Awareness Walk (part 1)

5th Annual PMP Cancer Awareness Walk June 19, 2011 - Ridley Creek State Park, PA

PMP Cancer Awareness Walk (part 2)
Clone of PMP Cancer Awareness Walk (part 2)

5th Annual PMP Cancer Awareness Walk June 19, 2011 - Ridley Creek State Park, PA

Pseudomyxoma Peritonei - Help Find a Cure - Visit www.pmpcure.org
Pseudomyxoma Peritonei - Help Find a Cure

Pseudomyxoma Peritonei (PMP) is a form of abdominal cancer that usually originates in the Appendix. For far too many patients, PMP is not considered curable.

Welcome-UMass Symposium 2011
Welcome-UMass Symposium 2011

PMP/Appendiceal Cancer Symposium, Awareness, Options and Advances. May 25, 2011,

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