Register today for the Women's Health Conference!
Coffey Health System's annual Women's Health Conference reaches its silver anniversary this year.
"This event has grown exponentially over the years, and we are planning some special treats to celebrate our twenty-five year milestone," said Director of Marketing Tracy Campbell. "Our keynote presentation will be a panel discussion with breast cancer survivors who will share their stories and offer suggestions for ways we can all be supportive of someone who is battling cancer."
Participants will also learn the latest developments in the fight against breast cancer from Mammography Technologist Mary Ann Magnuson.
“One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime, so it is vital that women understand the importance of mammography and that they know the facts about breast cancer,” Magnuson explains. “We encourage women of all ages to know their family history and learn about risk factors of breast cancer, so we’re going to focus extra attention on those factors.”
The conference will be held at Burlington High School on Wednesday, October 11. A social hour with light appetizers begins at 5:30 in the commons area. Presentations begin in the theater at 6:30 p.m.
The Women’s Health Conference combines lifesaving information with a bit of humor. Door prizes are provided by individuals, businesses, and organizations throughout the area. Women of all ages are welcome. Admission is free, but advanced registration is required. “Goody bags” are available for the first 300 women registered.
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Let's Shower Gifts on Military Heroines
The Women's Health Conference will also feature informational booths from local businesses and
organizations. The hospital auxiliary, Friends of Coffey Health System,
will have a special booth to receive donations for their annual military
care package project.
are excited to partner with the auxiliary to promote this wonderful
effort. We invite everyone to bring a little something to send to female
soldiers stationed overseas,” Campbell explained. “Things that we take
for granted are actually great luxuries to female soldiers in foreign
lands. We can help brighten their holidays with travel-sized toiletries
or lotions, hair bands, lip balm, socks, etc.”
Donations are not required, but even a small contribution is greatly appreciated.
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