“Eating Properly with Breast Cancer” program hosted in Davis

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By Sandy Walsh
President, California Breast Cancer Organizations/Special to the Express

An Open Door Breast Cancer Educational Program sponsored by the Breast Cancer Care and Research Fund/Northern California will be held Monday, July 9 at 7 p.m. Dietician Mary Newman, who is retired from the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center, will speak on “Eating Properly with Breast Cancer.” The program will be held at University Covenant Church, 315 Mace Blvd. (corner of Mace and Alhambra Boulevards), in Davis. She will discuss what foods are good for those with Breast Cancer.

Each month these meetings provide information on some aspect of breast cancer or women’s health. Breast cancer does not discriminate. The meetings are not limited to breast cancer survivors, but are open and free of charge to anyone who is interested in learning more about women’s health issues.

Donations to BCCRF/Northern California in support of these programs are welcome. Contact Sandy Walsh, Program Chair for Northern California, BCCRF, for further information at 530-304-2746.

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