‘I Pink I Can’ Free Women’s Health Event Set October 2

I Pink I Can, a free program covering current topics in cardiac care, breast and gynecologic health, will be simulcast to Lehigh Valley Hospital–Hazleton’s Employment & Technology Center, third floor, education room on Monday, Oct. 2.

Interactive resource stations will be available at 5 p. m. and the program begins at 5:30 p. m.

Featured speakers and topics include: Shared risk factors between oncology and cardiology, featuring Deborah Sundlof, DO, cardiologist, LVPG Cardiology; Importance of good nutrition during cancer treatments and after treatment is finished, featuring Erin Levine, RD, CSO, LDN, clinical dietitian, SODEXO; Importance of genetic testing and implications for both the patient and family members, featuring Samantha Fulton, MS, LCGC, genetic counselor, LVHN Gregory and Lorraine Harper Cancer Risk and Genetic Assessment Program; Treatment and diagnosis of osteoporosis and tips for keeping bones healthy, featuring Sandra Kowalski, CRNP, LVPG Rheumatology.

Seating is limited. Register online at LVHN.org/ipinkicanor call 888-402-LVHN (5846).