employment and insurance issues, moderated by Ms. Ellen Stovall, NCCS; and (6) investing in survivorship research, moderated by Dr. Patricia Ganz, University of California, Los Angeles. Dr. Fitzhugh Mullan provided reflections at lunch over the morning’s presentations and discussions. A wrap-up session at the end of the day summarized the issues raised during the breakout sessions.
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