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Do note that all the timings stated for the events are all +8 GMT Singapore Time. All of the events will be conducted on Zoom.

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Timetable
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11th Feb 2022

Lecture 1: Endocrine Late Effects - Hypothalamic-Pituitary Axis

Lecture 2: Metabolic Late Effects - Obesity, Insulin Resistance

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25th Feb 2022

Lecture 1: Renal and Bladder Late Effect

Lecture 2: Hepatic Late Effects

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12th March 2022

Lecture 1: Neurocognitive Late Effects After Childhood Cancer

Lecture 2: Interventions for Neurocognitive Late Effects

Lecture 3: Psychosocial Outcomes After Childhood Cancer

Please take note that this webinar session falls during the SJVF 2022.

To find out more information on the St. Jude-VIVA Forum 2022, click the button below

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25th March 2022

Lecture 1: Late Effects on Bone Health: Bone Mineral Density

Lecture 2: Late Effects on Bone Health - Osteonecrosis

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8th April 2022

Lecture 1: Reproductive Late Effects in Female Cancer Survivors

Lecture 2: Reproductive Late Effects in Male Cancer Survivors

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22nd April 2022

Lecture 1: Subsequent Malignant Neoplasms Overview

Lecture 2: Cancer Screening Guidelines After Childhood Cancer

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6th May 2022

Lecture 1: Neurologic Late Effects After Childhood Cancer

Lecture 2: Stroke After Childhood Cancer

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20th May 2022

Lecture 1: Ocular Late Effects After Childhood Cancer

Lecture 2: Auditory Late Effects After Childhood Cancer

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3rd June 2022

Lecture 1: Functional and Social Outcomes After Childhood Cancer

Lecture 2: Rehabilitation Across the Cancer Care Continuum

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17th June 2022

Lecture 1: Mental Health After Childhood Cancer

Lecture 2: The Effect of Childhood Cancer on Families and Siblings