How to participate in the Ask Me Anything (AMA) with Dr. Don Dizon this Wednesday, June 14 at 12pm

Our Ask Me Anything (AMA) with Dr. Don Dizon is coming up soon. Here are the details on how the AMA will go and what guidelines there will be.

At 12:00 PM EST on Wednesday June 14th, we will create a new official post to open up the AMA for your questions of Dr. Dizon. All questions that you have for Dr. Dizon should be posted as a reply to our original post. Any questions that are posted as their own thread will not be included as a part of the AMA.

During the AMA, we recommend that you click the “Follow Post” button directly underneath the official post and next to the “Like” button so that you will receive notifications of what questions have been posted and what the replies are, in case your question has already been asked by another member. In order to make sure that you are seeing the most up-to-date questions and answers, you will need to continue to refresh your browser to show all of the replies.

At 1pm, at the end of the AMA, we will lock the thread, so that no more questions can be posted in the thread. If you miss the AMA, we will keep the post on the community so that you can see all of the questions and answers from the session!

Guidelines for Ask Me Anything (AMA):

1. While we always strive to provide useful, up-to-date information on ovarian cancer, the information posted in this Ask Me Anything session should not be used as a means of diagnosis or determining treatment. For diagnosis and treatment options, you are urged to consult your physician.

2. Please try to keep questions general, and not overly specific to your personal clinical situation. We want these questions and answers to provide useful information to the entire community.

3. Please try to limit your questions and responses to three sentences.

4. As always, please be respectful of other members and their questions.

See everyone at the Ask Me Anything (AMA) with Dr. Don Dizon on Wednesday, June 14th at 12pm-1pm!

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