Mission Hope Cancer Center to Host Free Virtual Educational Event for Community Featuring Expert Medical Professionals
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SANTA MARIA, CA – October 16, 2020 – Mission Hope Cancer Center is pleased to announce the upcoming virtual education event ‘Girls Night In,’ a discussion with medical oncologists about gynecological and breast cancer treatments. Community members are encouraged to attend this free event, which will offer a panel of expert physicians and the opportunity for participants to ask questions. Topics of discussion will include: early detection, prevention strategies, treatment advancements, and survivorship techniques.
This informative event will take place Thursday, October 22 at 5:30p.m. and will be held virtually due to the pandemic. The popular annual event, typically titled ‘Girls Night Out’ will be held via Zoom this year. To register, please call (805) 346-3402.
While October serves as a gentle reminder to schedule your breast screenings, we encourage community members to remember all essential screenings. Although we are still in a pandemic, we are encouraging individuals to get the care that they need. Delaying routine screenings - such as a mammogram or colonoscopy - can put you people great risk. A delay in seeking treatment could make all the difference in health outcomes.
About Marian Cancer Care at Mission Hope Cancer Center
Marian Cancer Care at Mission Hope Cancer Center is accredited as a Comprehensive Community Cancer Center by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer. This award recognition is the highest designation awarded to community cancer centers and Marian Cancer Care is one of only three designated programs between San Francisco and Los Angeles to receive this impressive accreditation for exceptional performance. As the first integrated oncology facility on the Central Coast, Mission Hope Cancer Center features advanced technology and expert health care professionals from the nation’s top medical training programs. This state-of-the-art facility unites Santa Maria oncology treatment, imaging, research, education and outreach services at one location.
Publish date:Friday, October 16, 2020