Breast Health Symposium on October 27
Toms River, N.J., September 23, 2015 – One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer, and every three
minutes, another woman is diagnosed. Not only does it affect the person
diagnosed, but family, friends, and co-workers can feel its effects as well.
That’s why there’s no such thing as being too careful when
it comes to your health. Whether you have had a breast cancer scare, been
diagnosed, or are concerned about maintaining good breast health, you
are invited to join Community Medical Center for an evening dedicated
to women and staying healthy on Tuesday, October 27 from 5:30 –
7:30 pm in Community Medical Center’s Auditorium.
Experts from Community Medical Center will provide information every woman
can benefit from regarding breast health. Jorges Pardes, MD, Board Certified
Radiologist with over 30 years of experience in breast imaging will explain
the importance of where you get your mammogram and who interprets its
results. Sumy Chang, MD, Board Certified and fellowship-trained breast
surgeon, will share what options are available if the diagnosis is breast
cancer. In addition, Russell Ashinoff, MD, Board Certified plastic/reconstructive
surgeon will explore plastic surgery and reconstruction options as part
of your treatment plan. Since good health starts with good food choices,
Veronica Gajda, RD, CSO, Dietician, will present tips to help maintain
Join us before the symposium for a Health Fair in the Outpatient Lobby
from 4:30 – 6 pm for health information and giveaways! Our health
fair is free and open to the public.
Dinner will be provided and there will be free parking. Guests are asked
to pre-register as seating is limited. Please call
1-888-724-7123 to register.