Pathways to Total Health - Community Summit
Dr. Daramola N. Cabral, mentor, health sciences/allied health
March 10, 2016
Among other urgent public health concerns are the disproportionate disease risk and mortality due to prostate and colorectal cancers in Black Americans. Black American men have the highest prostate cancer morbidity and mortality rates of all racial and ethnic groups in the U.S. Colorectal cancer, one of the few cancers that is preventable through the use of screening, continues to show widening disparities when comparing White and Black Americans.
Prostate and colorectal cancers are urgent issues in the Black community. Please join the Pathways to Total Health Community Summit to learn from medical experts about how these cancers are detected and treated on Friday, October 14, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at the SUNY Downstate Medical Center Basic Science Building, 395 Lenox Road, Brooklyn, NY 11203.
Morning Keynote Speaker: Dr. Robin Roberts, School of Clinical Medicine and Research, University of the West Indies, Bahamas
Afternoon Speaker: Dr. Camille Ragin, Cancer Prevention and Control Program, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Temple Health
Admission is free. Participate in discussion breakout sessions. Lunch and Snacks Provided as well as giveaways and door prizes.
The Pathways to Total Health Community Summit is intended to help individuals learn from medical experts about how prostate and colorectal cancers are urgent issues in the Black community and how these cancers are detected and treated.
Let's improve our own health and that of those around us.
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