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Online Community Seminar: I'm at High Risk for Breast Cancer: What Do I Do?
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Time: Oct 26, 2020 06:00 PM - 06:30 PM
Contact Phone: (269) 927-5361

Join oncology genetic counselor, Samantha Witt, and advanced practitioner, Kathryn Vera, NP, for an online seminar as they discuss factors that contribute to an individual's risk for breast cancer including genetics, family history, lifestyle, and personal medical history, and how patients can use this information to stay one step ahead of cancer. 

Participants will be emailed a link on how to join. These are live events that take place over the internet. You will see the speaker and can submit questions. A valid email address is needed to complete your registration.

Register online here, or call 269.927.5361 to register over the phone. 

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