Dr. Reshma Mahtani | University of Miami
Dr. Elisa Krill Jackson | University of Miami
Dr. Priyanka Grover | Wiin Health
Dr. June Lee | Breast Specialists of South Florida
Dr. Karen Koffler | University of Miami
Managing Stress & Anxiety through COVID19
Oana Danciu, MD | University of Illinois
The Importance of Advocacy Organizations throughout the Journey
Alison Banikowski | Susan G. Komen Kansas & Western Missouri
Balancing your Body | Using Food as Medicine
Salima Witt | Kidney Cancer Patient Advocate
Dr. Jennifer Klemp | University of Kansas
Heather Wright Renick
Energize and Move
Sami Mansfield | Cancer Wellness for Life
Stop Medical Distancing
Monica Yepes | University of Miami
The Pledge: “I pledge to schedule and attend my routine cancer screenings. I pledge to contact and visit healthcare professionals to get the care I need. I pledge to use my voice, platform, and network to advocate for others to do the same.”
To take the pledge, go to Change.org, www.change.org/stopmedicaldistancing
Coping with Cancer: A Fresh Approach Presented by Sharsheret
Melissa Rosen | Director of Training and Education at Sharsheret
Sharsheret is a national not-profit organization that provides free psychosocial support to women and families impacted by breast or ovarian cancer or genetic mutations that raise diagnostic risk. In addition to Sharsheret’s team of social workers and a genetic counselor who are available for support, Sharsheret has several formal programs to help navigate the cancer experience. These include peer support, Embrace for those living with metastatic disease, Family Focus for caregivers, Best Face Forward to help women deal with the cosmetic side effects of treatment, Busy Box for families with young children, Thriving Again survivorship kit, and so much more!
All Sharsheret’s support programs are free and open to all. Visit us at www.sharsheret.org or call us at (866) 474-2774.
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