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Archived Webinar on Curcumin (Luyang Dilaw or Turmeric)

May 24, 2011

The archived webinar is now available online at http://prevention.cancer.gov/files/webinar-20110517.wmv and continuing education credits are available for Registered Dietitians.

* If you are a physician and would like to receive continuing medical education credit, please go to http://user-centereddesign.com/dcp_physicians/ to fill out a short feedback questionnaire (your name will not be linked to the feedback questionnaire). When you have completed the questionnaire, you will be directed to supply your name and a business email address. After you click submit, you will be directed to a link to download a Self-Report Credit Form. The form should be completed and returned to larae.mccarty@nih.gov
* All other attendees should follow go to http://user-centereddesign.com/dcp_public/ to fill out a short feedback form. Please note that Registered Dietitians will be able to receive continuing education units after filling out this form.
* The feedback questionnaire and CME certificate will be available through May 30, 2011

If you are a consumer, make your feedback count by filling out the feedback form… I agree that cancer treatment should be affordable, effective and have less side effects. This seems to be the first time that NCI — offered this type of webinars to the public.

Note: The heavy accents of the speakers may make it hard for you to understand, try to listen to the webinar using a head phone and make your environment as conducive as possible for listening and making notes.

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