VIRTUAL - Doctor in the House - Dr Shehadeh on When Chemo is Needed and How to Manage Side Effects
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
VIRTUAL Session starts at 5:30pm
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Session Description: Please join us VIRTUALLY to hear Dr Shehadeh discuss when chemotherapy is needed and how to manage side effects.
Nasfat Shehadeh, MD, has been practicing oncology and hematology in Charlotte for over six years and brings a range of clinical expertise in all areas of solid tumor and blood diseases, with a substantial care for breast cancer survivors. Previously, he was a founder and lead physician at Novant Health Cancer Specialists-Charlotte before joining Justin Favaro, MD at Oncology Specialists of Charlotte nine months ago. Dr. Shehadeh graduated from medical school at Jordan University of Science and Technology in Irbid, Jordan. After his residency and fellowship at Wayne State University in Detroit, he held various teaching, clinical, and medical directing positions in Minneapolis, Salt Lake City, and Toledo, Ohio before relocating to Charlotte. He was the Medical Director of Mercy Health Center in Toledo. He is board-certified in medical oncology and hematology and a member of the American Society of Clinical Oncology, Community Oncology Alliance, and locally the Independent Physicians of the Carolinas. He has overseen many clinical research trials in various cancer therapies, including immunotherapy, metastasized cellular structure, and stem cell transplant, to name a few. For the third consecutive year, Dr. Shehadeh was voted TOP DOCTORS 2021 Charlotte in the field of "Medical Oncology". He and his wife enjoy their family time with their three teenage children and one grown adult child who lives and works in Charlotte. They mostly head outdoors for hiking and exploring, as well as family music time as a favorite pastime. Giving back to the community, Dr. Shehadeh is a regular dedicated volunteer at the Shifa Free Health Clinic in Charlotte.
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Programs at Carolina Breast Friends should not be used as a substitute for any treatment. Sessions are intended to provide community and general support for breast cancer survivors. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Consult your doctor if you are in any way concerned about activities that are part of an offered program.