EVENT: What's Best for Breasts ? A Conversation with Duke Clinicians (10.2.21)

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breast cancer ribbonDue to COVID-19, What's Best For Breasts? A Conversation with Duke Clinicians will again be held online this year. The date for the free-of-charge community event is Saturday, Oct. 2, from 9 a.m. to noon.

This public symposium includes interactive information sessions and Q & A panels with some of the leading experts in breast health.

Hot topics will include breast imaging, genetic testing, breast cancer risk assessment, women’s health, breast cancer prevention, breast cancer 101, and more!

List of Speakers

Tomi Akinyemiju, PhD, MS; Associate Director of Community Outreach and Engagement, Duke Cancer Institute

Jay Baker, MD; Duke Division Chief of Breast Imaging

Elizabeth Baltaro, MD; Medical Director of Women's Health Clinic at Durham VA

Colin Champ, MD; Duke Radiation Oncologist

Gayle DiLalla, MD; Duke Breast Surgeon

Jennifer Eaton, MD, MSCI; Director, Women & Infants Hospital and breast cancer survivor who previously served for seven years as Medical Director of Assisted Reproductive Technologies and Director of Oocyte Donation at Duke Fertility Center in Durham, NC.

Susan McDuff, MD; Duke Radiation Oncologist

LaSonia Barnett, MA: Certified Patient Navigator/Senior Program Coordinator, Duke Cancer Institute Office of Health Equity

Jennifer Plichta, MD, MD; Director of Duke Cancer Institute Breast Risk Assessment Clinic

Laura Rosenberger, MD; Chief of Breast Surgery at Duke Regional Hospital

Kathy Trotter DNP, FAANPr; Duke Breast Surgery Nurse Practitioner

Kelly Westbrook, MD; Duke Medical Oncologist

Jackie White, NP; Duke Breast Surgery Nurse Practitioner

Hannah Woriax, MD; Duke Breast Surgeon

Marguerite Rooney, MS3; Duke Medical Student

Nadia Aguilera-Funez, BA: Certified Patient Navigator/Health Educator, Duke Cancer Institute Office of Health Equity

Register Now

*Registration is required and will be open until October 1. Only registered participants will receive the link to the event. Be sure to include your email address when you register, so that you can receive the event link.There is no fee to participate.

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