Approaches to Anemia for PCPs Plus Updates on Bone Tumor and Osteosarcoma

Join Seattle Children’s Drs. Katie Carlberg, Sarah Leary and Katie Albert to hear about the latest updates in pediatric hematology and cancer during this evening program. Participants will earn Category II CME credit. View the flyer to learn more.

When: Thursday, October 29 from 6 to 7 p.m.

Where: Via Webex (dial-in provided when you RSVP)

Please RSVP by October 28 to


Approach to Anemia

Learning objectives:

  • Definition of anemia
  • Diagnostic tools and approach
  • Review of some common diagnoses

Updates in Cancer

  • Pediatric brain tumor survivors:
      • Identify common presenting symptoms in children with brain tumors
      • Identify three common complaints and preventive health needs in survivors of pediatric brain tumors
  • Osteosarcoma

About Cancer Research at Seattle Children’s

Seattle Children’s doctors are international leaders in research to improve care and cure rates for children, teens and young adults with cancer. We have one of the nation’s largest pipelines of T-cell immunotherapy clinical trials for acute lymphoblastic leukemia and non-Hodgkin lymphoma (PLAT), brain and central nervous system tumors (BrainChild), neuroblastoma (ENCIT) and other solid tumors (STRIvE).

Read about advances Seattle Children’s is making in cancer research and treatment: