Interested in helping patients at Duke's Cancer Center complete legal documents like Health Care Powers of Attorney and advance directives? This Saturday, Professor Rice will lead a second training for the Cancer Pro Bono Project, focused on working with the legal forms. Before the training, please complete the quiz review of the last training on UNC's Sakai site (approximately 1 hour). A recording of that last training is also on the site. We will begin volunteering in the weeks ahead! Email Christine.Kearsley@duke.edu or Hilary.Campbell@duke.edu with any questions. Finally, please RSVP ASAP on UNC's Sakai Site, https://sakai.unc.edu/portal/site/, using the non-onyen login and the password that was emailed to you. This training will take place at UNC Law, Room 5046.
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