All who attend the “Let’s Talk: Candid Cancer Conversations” are amazed at the amount of useful information they receive. These powerful and informative conversations are inspiring and empowering to all who attend.
Lead by 4-time breast cancer survivor, Sherry, these interactive conversations help attendees better understand this awful disease. The more we know, the better we can help ourselves, our family, and our friends who are faced with a cancer diagnosis.
While there is no cure for cancer, being diagnosed early will allow treatment and survival. On the other hand, being detected late often does not give the patient a chance to survive.
Caucasian women are diagnosed with breast cancer more, yet African American women die more. “Candid Cancer Conversations” are designed to educate and empower so we can save lives with early detection. And you can get a signed copy of Sherry’s book, When Cancer Calls. It helps people cope and gives them hope when dealing with a cancer diagnosis. Join the conversation by attending an event listed on Sherry’s calendar at http://www.whencancercalls.info
Or, invite Sherry to speak at your meeting, event or church group during or after October.