Virtual Panel Discussion: Cancer in the Age of COVID-19

A virtual panel discussion for women who have been diagnosed, are in treatment or in recovery from cancer during COVID-19.

Join leading medical and wellness experts for this free online event focused on what COVID-19 means for those who have been diagnosed, are in treatment or in recovery from cancer, or for those who know someone with cancer. By attending, you will learn:

  • What the medical field currently understands about COVID-19
  • The impact of COVID-19 on cancer patients and survivors
  • How to build and maintain a healthier immune system

Meet the Panelists:

Dr. Elizabeth Poynor – Poynor Health: Gynecologic oncologist and advanced pelvic surgeon specializing in the care of women who are at elevated risk to develop cancer based on an abnormal Pap smear, personal medical history, or family history of cancer.

Katia Herman – Founder of Joyspace by Katia: Holistic health coach, fitness and yoga trainer, and wellness expert who coaches women to shift their lifestyle to implement healthier habits, and also shift their minds so the habits actually stick based on a few simple principles.

The event will be moderated by Melissa Telzer, a two-time cancer survivor at ages 13 and 46, and is the founder of InKind Space. There will be 20 minutes reserved at the end of the event for Q&A!

This event is brought to you by:

InKind Space aspires to take the clinical out of cancer and focus on the human in the room — your experience. Wherever you are in your journey — diagnosis, treatment, recovery, survivor-woman or man, friend or family member — you are in the right space. We are dedicated to building the most humanized digital platform where you will find a plan, education, and community, for your specific cancer journey.

Poyner Health specializes in the care of the woman who is at elevated risk to develop cancer based on an abnormal Pap smear, her personal medical history, or family history of cancer with expertise in the complex management of women and their families who have a genetic predisposition to developing cancers including breast cancer and gynecologic malignancies. Dr. Poynor also provides gynecologic care for women who currently have or have survived cancer, and may be experiencing side effects from prior or ongoing treatments. She also provides management of health and quality of life issues related to menopause in the cancer survivor.