Conference Dates: May 26, 2005
Conference Location: Oakland, California
Sponsoring Group: Northern California Cancer Center
Conference Web Page URL: www.nccc.org
Topics Covered: overview of issues, myths and misconceptions about breast cancer in the African American community
Conference Objectives: Provide accurate and culturally sensitive information about the realities of breast cancer in African American women (risk, detection, treatment, resources); empower attendees to help educate community
Who Should Attend: patients, families, general public
Conference Agenda: Myths and misconceptions about cancer in the African American community; healing (mind, body and spirit); culturally competent healthcare information; exercise and nutrition; impact of cancer on relationships/family; living beyond breast cancer; the role of community in survivorship.
Registration Information: firstname.lastname@example.org 1.888.315.5988
Conference Fees: $50; scholarships
Continuing Education: Yes
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