Regional Cancer and Environment Forum

May 5, 2008 at 8:50 pm 2 comments

On Thursday, May 29, 2008 from 10am-3 pm, the Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester will host a forum that will feature:

Prevention of Weight Gain as a Strategy to Decrease Breast Cancer Risk, Dr. Barbour Warren, Research Associate, BCERF

The Estrogen Connection: Estrogenic Chemicals in Plastics, Personal Care Products and Electronics, Dr. Suzanne Snedeker, Associate Director for Translational Research, BCERF

Phthalates, Obesity and Insulin Resistance: First Looks, Dr. Richard Stahlhut, Environmental Health Post-doctoral Fellow, University of Rochester

The Rochester Healthy Home: A Model for Integrated Toxics Education, Dr. Katrina Korfmacher, Assistant Professor of Environmental Medicine, University of Rochester

RSVP to Carmi Orenstein at 607-255-1185 or cso1@cornell.edu

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