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Hot Topics in Breast Cancer – Luncheon and Medical Symposium
April 10 @ 11:30 am UTC+0$150
Breast Cancer Alliance (BCA) partners with DC area medical experts to bring a world-class medical symposium “Hot Topics in Breast Cancer.” The panel, consisting of leaders in the field, will discuss new advances that can play a significant role in improving risk assessment, prevention and treatment for breast cancer. The morning will help inform women about how to take action: for themselves, their daughters, mothers, sisters and friends.
This event will not only help to build awareness of our work as we grow, but our partnership with DC-area institutions will also allow us to support underserved women’s breast health needs in the Washington DC local community.
Wednesday, April 10th, 2019
12:00 Lunch followed by Panel Discussion and Q&A
WHERE: The Hay-Adams – 800 16th Street NW, Washington, DC
Dr. David Song, Regional Chief, MedStar Plastic Surgery, Professor and Chairman, Department of Plastic Surgery,
Georgetown University School of Medicine
Dr. Veronique Weinstein, Certified Genetic Counselor, MedStar Georgetown
Dr. Sharad Goyal, Professor of Radiology, Director, Division of Radiation Oncology, The George Washington University
Dr. Kathleen Harnden, Medical Oncologist, Inova Schar Cancer Institute
MODERATOR: Michelle Kosinski: CNN’s Senior Diplomatic Correspondent is responsible for covering the State Department. Previously, Kosinski served as the network’s White House correspondent during the Obama administration. She joined the network in 2014 and contributes to all CNN programs and platforms.
TO BUY TICKETS: http://breastcanceralliance.org/events
Proceeds will support breast health services for underserved women and novel, early-stage breast cancer research.
For more information: Breast Cancer Alliance – 203-861-0014 – www.breastcanceralliance.org
ABOUT BREAST CANCER ALLIANCE (BCA): The mission of BCA is to improve survival rates and quality of life for those impacted by breast cancer through better prevention, early detection, treatment and cure. To promote these goals we invest in innovative research, breast surgery fellowships, regional education, dignified support and screening for the underserved. While our education and outreach and fellowship grants are limited in their geographic reach, we have expanded our research grant funding for novel, innovative, early-stage research to a national level.
Media Contact: CMB Communications – Christine@ChristineMBiddle.com – 914-763-3843