GDOL Tampa is an event for patients & caregivers to learn more about GIST, find support, & enhance knowledge to help navigate their cancer journey. Meet with other patients and caregivers and experts, clinicians, and researchers in the study and treatment of GIST.
GIST Mentors Santy DiSabatino, Marlene Nei and Rob Taylor will discuss the role of the GIST Mentor and how a Mentor can assist you on your GIST journey.
Starting Wednesday, June 17th at 5pm EDT the LRG will have its own weekly support group for people living with GIST facilitated by Chelsea (Ozeri) Madia, LCSW and Angela Edson, LSW.We will talk about all of the feelings you might be experiencing, both in relation to GIST, and also COVID-19.
In this presentation, Executive Director, Norman Scherzer will be joined by staff member and Data Analyst, Jerry Call and by Professor David Josephy to discuss relevant scientific topics including the impact of COVID-19 on GIST patients, and thoughts on promising research for GIST.
Starting Thursday, April 16th at 11am the LRG will have its own weekly support group for people living with GIST facilitated by Chelsea Madia.
Whisky aficionados gathered for the 3rd Annual Water of Life Fall event (WOLF) to enjoy whisky and raise funds for #GISTresearch.
Chicago Area GIST Patients will meet at Wellness House in Hinsdale, IL on January 25, 2020. All Chicago area GIST patients and caregivers are welcome to attend. Meetings are from 1:00 p.m.to 3:00 p.m.. Doors [...]
see recap of event GDOL (GIST Day of Learning) is a free one day event to help patients and caregivers learn more about this rare cancer, find support, and enhance their knowledge [...]
Tickets Now in its fifth year, the Water of Life is a wonderful evening. Considered by Forbes Online to be one of the top whisky events in the world (and just one of two [...]
GIST Chicago Support Group Support group for people living with GIST in the Chicago area. The typical agenda includes Patient GIST Journey updates and may also include outside subject matter experts as well as informal [...]