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Noon Hour Series: Breast Cancer Treatment

Breast cancer awareness month

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, join us as Ruth Williamson, MD, Clinical Director of Radiation Oncology at Huntington Cancer Center, an affiliate of Cedars-Sinai Cancer, and Jeannie Shen, MD, Medical Director of the Breast Program at Huntington Cancer Center and of Huntington Hospital International Health, talk about the history of breast cancer treatment, current screening guidelines, treatment options for seniors, and a breakdown of common misconceptions.

You can now enjoy Senior Care Network’s Noon Hour lecture series in a virtual format. These educational lectures will be held via Zoom, but a call-in option is also still available.

Lectures will begin at 12:30 p.m. on the dates listed. Each will last about an hour and will include time for questions. Participation is free.

For all lectures, you must register in advance. There are two ways to register: 

1. Complete the registration form online by visiting this website.

2. Call our membership line at (626) 397-3147 and a staff member will assist you with registration. We’re happy to help!


To see all lectures available through our Senior Care Network, visit our Noon Hour page for a listing of all upcoming and past lectures.


Wed, October 11, 2023
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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