Dine with the Docs
Focus on Breast Health
October 30, 2013
Nearly 300,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. About 40,000 will die.* While these numbers are sobering, we are encouraged by the advancements in research and medicine that provide for better screening, earlier diagnosis and more effective treatment.
This October, take time to learn what's best for your breasts. Join Palomar Health board-certified physicians and host Carol LeBeau for a powerful education experience designed to help you "think pink" and take charge of your breast health. From breast anatomy and benign conditions to the latest options for diagnosis and surgical treatment, this event offers must-have information for every age and stage of life.
And gentlemen, you're not off the hook. While breast cancer is much less common in men, more than 2,000 males will be diagnosed this year. Like Carol, 10News Anchor Bill Griffith is also a breast cancer survivor. Together they will open the evening with a "He Said, She Said" perspective of their journeys through breast cancer. We'll round out the night with an expanded Q&A session featuring additional medical professionals specializing in oncology, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, genetic testing and reconstructive surgery. Space is limited. Register today!
*Source: American Cancer Society
Space is limited. Register today!
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
5 to 8:30 p.m.
Rancho Bernardo Inn
17550 Bernardo Oaks Drive
San Diego, CA
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