VIRTUAL - Doctor in the House: Lejla Hadzikadic-Gusic, MD "Winter is Coming - What Vaccines Should I Have?"
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Winter is Coming - What Vaccines Should I Have?
Session begins at 5:30 PM
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Dr Lejla Hadzikadic-Gusic will give a virtual presentation on precautions to take during the winter flu season, what vaccines should we take and ways to stay healthy during the colder months. This is such an unusual year and there are so many unknowns about the
Covid virus and the new vaccines that are being released to fight it. Please join Dr Hadzikadic as she discusses the flu, pneumonia, shingles and Covid vaccines. This is important information that we all need to know!!
Lejla Hadzikadic-Gusic, MD is a Surgical Oncology Specialist with Levine Cancer Institute. Dr Hadzikadic-Gusic completed her Fellowship in Breast Surgical Oncology at Magee Women's Hospital of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in Pittsburgh, PA. Her clinical interests include pre-menopausal breast cancer and breast cancer in young women as well as the nipple sparing mastectomy technique. She also has an interest in international women's healthcare in breast cancer.
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