THUNDER BAY, ON, May 6 /CNW/ - In Canada, it is estimated that 22,700 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer and that an estimated 5,400 women will die from the disease this year.(1)
Breast Cancer Today: An Evening of Care & Community is a free educational forum tailored to the needs of people diagnosed with breast cancer, their family members, friends and informal caregivers. Participants will have the opportunity to hear about the latest breast cancer advances and initiatives, learn about services and support groups in their community and connect with others affected by the disease.
Breast Cancer Today is presented by the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation - Ontario Region in partnership with Scotiabank.
Please plan to attend:
WHAT: A free educational forum for people living with breast cancer and
their families and friends.
WHERE: Valhalla Inn
1 Valhalla Inn Rd
Thunder Bay, ON
WHEN: Thursday, May 13, 2010 from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
WHO: Dr. Margaret Anthes, Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences
Dr. John Semple, Women's College Hospital, Toronto
Dr. Bruce Minore, Lakehead University
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
(1) Canadian Cancer Society/National Cancer Institute of Canada. Canadian
Cancer Statistics 2009, Toronto, Canada, 2009.
SOURCE Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation - Ontario Region
For further information: For further information: Jennifer F. Modica, Marketing & Communications Coordinator, Tel: (416) 815-1313, ext. 208, Email: email@example.com