The Emily Couric Memorial Lecture: 80% Colorectal Cancer Screening by 2018: How Did We Do and Where Do We Go From Here?

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    EMILY COURIC MEMORIAL LECTURE
    David A. Greenwald, MD, FACG
    80% Colorectal Cancer Screening by 2018: How Did We Do and Where Do We Go From Here?

    Tuesday, October 9 | 4:30 pm – 5:00 pm | Terrace Ballroom 2-3

    David A. Greenwald, MD, FACG

    David A. Greenwald, MD, FACG

    Learn about the goals, successes, and future plans of the “80% by 2018” campaign for colorectal cancer screening, when Dr. David Greenwald presents the Emily Couric Lecture, “80% Colorectal Cancer Screening by 2018: How Did We Do and Where Do We Go From Here?”

    Dr. David A. Greenwald is currently Director of Clinical Gastroenterology and Endoscopy at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York and Professor of Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He is Treasurer of the ACG and a member of the Board of Trustees, and previously was Chair of the ACG Board of Governors. He is a Board Member of GIQuIC, the GI Quality Improvement Consortium. He has been a member of the Steering Committee of the National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable, and is now the Co-Chair of that organization’s Public Awareness and Social Media Committee. In New York, he is the co-chairman of the Citywide Colorectal Cancer Control Coalition (C5).

    About The Emily Couric Memorial Lecture: The Emily Couric Memorial Lecture, developed by the ACG, the Virginia Gastroenterological Society and the Old Dominion Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates, is in honor of Virginia State Senator Emily Couric, who died of pancreatic cancer in October of 2001. Senator Couric was a strong advocate for health care issues, particularly in her instrumental work to pass the nation’s first legislation mandating health insurance coverage for colorectal cancer screening.

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