MARKIT Group Florida Client to Host Free Prostate Cancer Symposium

The News-Press.com in Florida recently published a release pulled together by our PR team, announcing one of our health clients’ upcoming events. Great work everyone – and best of luck to SIU/Premiere Oncology in their symposium!

Free prostate cancer symposium set for Feb. 4

12:21 PM, Jan. 25, 2012
Specialists in Urology and Premiere Oncology will host a free cancer symposium discussing “The Real Scoop on PSA Screening – Waste of Time or Life Saving Test?” Saturday, Feb. 4, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Coconut Point Hyatt 5001 Coconut Rd. in Bonita Springs.
Topics will include prostate screening guidelines, an overview of newer and more sensitive tests for prostate cancer, and in depth discussion of cancer vaccines and other state-of-the-art treatment options.
Eighteen speakers from the board certified physicians of Specialists in Urology and Premiere Oncology will be presenting at the symposium, and will remain on hand to answer questions following the presentation.
A complimentary continental breakfast will also be served.
Those wanting to attend must make reservations by calling 239-434-6300, extension 1220.
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