Komen Breast Cancer Conference in Bend Oregon Experts Present Topics for Breast

first_img Share. Tumblr By CBN Sara’s Project is presenting a simulcast of Susan G. Komen Oregon and SW Washington’s 17th annual Breast Cancer Issues Conference on Saturday, March 21, at the St. Charles Bend Conference Center. The conference is from 8am to 4pm and the $15 registration fee includes a light breakfast and lunch. For those who wish to receive continuing education units, registration is $65.The conference will simulcast presentations covering topics including breast cancer risk reduction, treatment options and quality of life issues. Participants will also have a chance to learn more about Central Oregon services for breast cancer.Distinguished experts, including keynote speaker Lillie Shockney, RN, will cover all aspects of current breast cancer research and treatment.This is the second time the conference will be simulcast statewide, making it possible for more people to attend at St. Charles Bend and in other locations throughout the state.Space is limited. For more information and to register for the conference in Bend, please visit Here. Or contact Alycia Downs at 541-706-7743.Sara’s Project, a fund of the St. Charles Foundation, raises funds to provide education, early detection and support services to ease the challenges of breast cancer for people in Central and Eastern Oregon.As the philanthropic arm of St. Charles Health System, the Foundation works to support and improve health care in Central and Eastern Oregon. Private donations raised by the Foundation allow St. Charles to build new medical facilities, purchase state-of-the-art medical equipment, keep pace with the latest technological advances and deliver exceptional patient care in a healing environment. The Foundation does more than just raise money for bricks and mortar. The organization also raises money to support many programs that benefit low-income and uninsured patients. Komen Breast Cancer Conference in Bend, Oregon: Experts Present Topics for Breast Cancer Survivors & Those At Risk on March 5, 2015 Pinterest Twittercenter_img LinkedIn E-Headlines 0 Google+ Facebook Emaillast_img read more