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Appendix B: Workshop Agenda
Pages 85-90

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From page 85...
... Overview of the role of obesity in cancer risk and progression - Susan Gapstur, American Cancer Society Evidence for the role of obesity in breast cancer progression - Pamela Goodwin, Mount Sinai Hospital, University of Toronto 85
From page 86...
... Wolfe, Oregon Health & Science University Correlations of obesity, comorbidity, and treatment: Implications for survival analysis and interpretation - Rachel Ballard-Barbash, NCI Panel Discussion 10:30 am Questions: • hat is the current state of the evidence? What are the W evidence gaps?
From page 87...
... - What barriers exist in determining levels in humans? (e.g., is fresh frozen tissue necessary for assessment?
From page 88...
... Physical Activity? Moderator: Wendy Demark-Wahnefried, University of Alabama at Birmingham Overview - Wendy Demark-Wahnefried Mechanistic insights from animal models - Stephen Hursting, University of Texas at Austin Clinical evidence - Jennifer Ligibel, Dana-Farber Cancer Center Panel Discussion 4:45 pm Questions: • hat is the ultimate driver of the obesity–cancer link?
From page 89...
... - Cheryl Rock, University of California, San Diego Interventions in cancer survivors; issues and challenges in this population - Anne McTiernan, University of Washington When do we have enough evidence to intervene in cancer patients? - Patricia Ganz, UCLA Panel Discussion 10:30 am Opening statements by: Kate Murphy, Fight Colorectal Cancer Diana Dyer, Questions: • hen is there enough evidence to warrant intervention?
From page 90...
... • hat policy changes do you suggest to reduce obesity W related cancer incidence and mortality? • hat are the obstacles to implementing such policy W changes?

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