The Chordoma Foundation periodically hosts free live webinars featuring researchers, clinicians, specialists, and patients to help you learn about various aspects of chordoma, living well after a chordoma diagnosis, and our work to accelerate the search for cures.
We encourage you to watch these recordings of past webinars and stay tuned for upcoming opportunities to join us live.
Options for comprehensive pain management
Virtual Chordoma Community Conference Series, April 2021
Pain is very common among people who have been diagnosed with any type of cancer, including chordoma. But you don’t have to accept pain as a normal part of having chordoma. Watch this 60-minute webinar featuring Maryam Jowza, MD, Staci Martin Peron, PhD, and Sasha Knowlton, MD, to learn about the type of pain you or your loved one might be experiencing, where to get help dealing with it, and how the Chordoma Foundation can support you.
Living Well Webinar: Caring for yourself during stressful times
This 60-minute webinar is packed with excellent tips and strategies for self-care and very helpful information from the featured speakers, Susie Rinehart and Amy Bragman, LCSW.
Ask the Experts Webinar
This 90-minute webinar is packed with excellent questions and very helpful answers from a panel of chordoma experts.
Impact Update Webinar
In this 90-minute webinar, Josh Sommer, the Chordoma Foundation’s Co-Founder and Executive Director, provided an in-depth update on recent progress, current priorities, and how the Chordoma Foundation’s mission is continuing in the midst of COVID-19. After Josh’s presentation, he took questions, along with our Director of Patient Services, Shannon Lozinsky, and then Director of Research, Joan Levy.
Expert Answers Webinar: Making a decision about clinical trials for chordoma
In this 60-minute webinar, medical oncologists and chordoma experts, Dr. Katherine Thornton from the Dana Farber Cancer Institute and Dr. Greg Cote from Massachusetts General Hospital, discuss when you should consider participating in a Research studies involving human subjects that are done to test whether a treatment is safe, and how well it will work to treat a specific disease., how to evaluate which trial is best for you, and what you can expect from the trial participation process.