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Meet Cathy Traz and Dave Craig. Connecting Patient Advocacy Organizations in an Innovative Virtual Approach
From The Research Evangelist podcast, meet Cathy Traz and Dave Craig. Cathy is Executive Director, Patient Advocacy at Bristol Myers Squibb. In this role, Cathy leads patient advocacy at BMS, developing and advocating company positions on priority issues to maximize patient access and promoting a strong climate of innovation and the value of innovative medicines, working with advocacy organizations and other key stakeholders.
In an effort to offer hope, comfort and knowledge to cancer patients during the COVID-19 crisis, Rochester’s GRYT Health drew leading experts to a virtual table.
Bills’ football great was the keynote speaker for GVCC20. Preview article from WNY Papers.
The program summary for Reclaiming Your Body & Confidence, part 1 of 4 from our Mental Health Series.
Program description: Cancer can make you feel as though you have been robbed of the body you once felt very at home in and leave many feeling completely disconnected from themselves. While this is incredibly common in the cancer community, there is still very little done to address it. Join us for a presentation from a member of First Descents to talk about their approach to bringing survivors back to themselves for over 20 years now. First Descents is a non-profit dedicated to serving the AYA (Adolescent and Young Adult) cancer community. This presentation will include an activity to get you thinking about your relationship to your body as a survivor and how you can start improving that relationship.
Velvet Spicer from the Rochester Business Journal talked with Founder & CEO Dave (Fuehrer) Craig about his reflections on 5 years of Gryt Health.
An iHeart Media conversation with Dave (Fuehrer) Craig about The Advocacy Exchange from February 2021.
Ellis shares her experience with the COVID-19 pandemic and dealing with cancer.
Gryt Health Research team member, Rachel, shares her personal experience with dealing with depression and anxiety while people very close to her experienced cancer.
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