Mandarin Talk: public policy issues around lung cancer

下午6点到晚上8点

General discussion from 6-7 pm and a DISCUSSION TOPIC at 7 pm

The schedule:
6:00 - 7:00 pm - General Discussion - BOTH Mandarin & English
7:00 - 7:30 pm - FOCUSED DISCUSSION TOPIC (talk IN MANDARIN by knowledgeable person) - maybe some English phrases
7:30 - 8:00 pm - Mandarin discussion of Mandarin talk

Hangbo Wu, a researcher in pulmonary oncolory at DFCI (Dana Farber Cancer Institute) in the Longwood Medical Area, will speak in Mandarin on medical, social, economic, and public policy issues around lung cancer - diagnosis, causes, treatment, roles of genetics and behavior, and the important of truth-seeking in both research and personal behavior as a basis for personal and public policy.

The TUESDAY evening event is ALWAYS in the Longwood Medical Area.

it's OK to be late (but better NOT to be) and OK to leave early
Eat beforehand (or bring your food).

If there are questions, (a) read the posting and (b) call ME on my GoogleVoice [masked]).

Everyone without a Harvard ID needs to E-Mail [masked] to ask for a building pass to get into the chat

下午6点到晚上8点3

Please request admission for Tuesday evening by e-mailing [masked] by 4 pm the day before the event.

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  • Maynard S. C.

    Dr. Hongbo Wu was there with PowerPoint. Very nice!

    November 27, 2012

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