About this Event
Join leading experts for this free online event focused on Risk Reduction for Breast Cancer. Currently, the “prevention” is used so much for “cancer” however we are taking the approach of managing your risk. Learn what this all means. Is it “prevention” or is it more about managing your risk? We will discuss what steps you can take in your day to day life based on science that can minimize this risk. Hopefully this knowledge may reduce some of your anxiety around “should I eat that steak or have that cooking?” or dare I say it “have a glass of wine”!
By attending, you will learn:
- What does Risk Reduction really mean?
- What clinicial changes should I do to minimize my risk? Screening?
- What lifestyle changes help to minimize my risk of breast cancer? Nutrition, exercise, stress management, all of the above?
- Are there certain times in my life that I should be more cognizant of risk reduction?
Dr. Elizabeth Poynor MD, Ph.D is a gynecologic oncologist and advanced pelvic surgeon. She has had a lifelong interest in the role of hormonal health in overall wellbeing, menopause, aging, and complex gynecologic issues such as PMS/PMDD, endometriosis, pelvic floor dysfunction and PCOS.
Dr. Kristy Brown, Ph.D is an Assistant Professor of Biochemistry in Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College. Kristy is interested in understanding why obesity leads to an increased risk of cancers, including postmenopausal breast cancer.
Ann Ogden Gaffney Founder of cookforyourlife.org is a healthy cooking advocate and the award-winning author of the James Beard nominated cookbook “Cook for Your Life”, which she wrote using her own experience as a 2-time cancer survivor to help other cancer patients and their caregivers cook and eat during cancer treatment into recovery.
Katia Herman – Founder and CEO of joyspacebykatia is the mother of 4 boys, an integrative, holistic health coach, fitness and yoga trainer, and wellness expert. She coach women to shift their lifestyle to implement healthier habits, and also shift their minds so the habits actually stick. Her work is based on the simple principle that everyone can move towards a healthier, happier place with some knowledge, tools, support, accountability and of course structured plan.
More panelists to join! As those of you that have attended before know we always have surprise guests!
Looking forward to seeing you October 9th, 2020 @ 4 pm