Spring Into Action: Black Women and Breast Cancer
Let's Beat Breast Cancer
4/8/21, 10:00 PM
America/New York GMT -4 summer
In honor of National Minority Health Month in April, the Physicians Committee is teaming up with My Style Matters, an Atlanta-based community support system for cancer survivors, to answer these questions.
• Event Date: April 8, 2021
• Event Time: 7 p.m. Eastern Time
We're bringing together a panel of experts to explore the lifestyle factors, exposures, and barriers unique to Black women and breast cancer—and how you can reduce your risk. Panelists will discuss nutrition and lifestyle strategies, as well as chemical exposures from beauty products marketed to Black women and other sources, and how to find safer alternatives. They will also discuss the systemic barriers Black women face.
- Tiah Tomlin, co-Founder, My Style Matters (Moderator)
- Deitra Dennis, RN, NBC-HWC, Health and Wellness Coach and Food for Life Cooking Instructor, Full Circle Health Coaching
- Kristi Funk, MD, Breast Cancer Surgeon, Pink Lotus Breast Center
- Nneka Leiba, MPH, Vice President, Healthy Living Science, Environmental Working Group
Registration is free and includes access to the live event, the chance to ask questions of the experts, and exciting offers and resources from Let's Beat Breast Cancer partners.
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Why are Black women more likely to die of breast cancer, and what can we do about it?
Deitra Dennis, Kristi Funk, Nneka Leiba