Community Spotlight: Susan G. Komen San Diego’s Inaugural Education Round table with Healthcare Experts.

PHOTO 1- Dr. Suzanne Afflalo, M. D., Kaiser Family Practice, Retired; Lorraine Hutchinson, director of community relations, Susan G. Komen San Diego; Dr. Kristine Lethert, M.D., Kaiser Oncologist, Hematology and Oncology; Marti Emerald, Council President Pro Tem District 9; Dr. Rae Boganey, M.D., Kaiser Family Practice, Internist, Trena Louise Bennett, Wellness and Lifestyle Expert

PHOTO 1- Dr. Suzanne Afflalo, M. D., Kaiser Family Practice, Retired; Lorraine Hutchinson, director of community relations, Susan G. Komen San Diego; Dr. Kristine Lethert, M.D., Kaiser Oncologist, Hematology and Oncology; Marti Emerald, Council President Pro Tem District 9; Dr. Rae Boganey, M.D., Kaiser Family Practice, Internist, Trena Louise Bennett, Wellness and Lifestyle Expert.

 

(San Diego, CA) Susan G. Komen San Diego’s Inaugural Education Round table “E2 = Equality x Empowerment” event, which took place Saturday, Feb. 27 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Neighborhood House Association, located at 841 S. 41 St. (West Room)  in San Diego, hosted a free panel of physicians and breast health experts to discuss and answer questions about breast health guidelines, screening and treatments in celebration of Black History month.

Among African American women, breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths, exceeded only by lung cancer.
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