Nearly every woman knows the statistic, “1 in 8,” meaning one in eight women develop breast cancer in their lifetime. While that is the average for the general population, every woman’s individual risk of developing breast cancer is different.


Knowing your individual risk of developing breast cancer takes you one step closer to preventing the disease, not just detecting and treating it. New research shows that women can take steps to lower their risk of developing breast cancer in their lifetime.


Join us for a free lecture and individual breast cancer risk assessment, given by internal medicine physician and midlife women’s health expert Lisa Larkin, MD, FACP, NCMP, IF


WHAT: Breast Cancer: Know Your Individual Risk and How to Prevent It


WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Breast cancer risk assessment is ideal for any woman between ages 40 – 70 who have not had a prior breast cancer diagnosis


WHEN:  Thursday, January 11, 2018, from 6 – 8:30 pm


WHERE: TriHealth Kenwood Outpatient Center, 8240 Northcreek Drive (off Galbraith), 4th floor conference room, Kenwood, Ohio. 45236


Light refreshments provided.


RSVP required: RSVP by January 5  by emailing [email protected]. Space is limited.


INDIVIDUAL ASSESSMENT: Once registered, you’ll receive a breast cancer risk assessment questionnaire and instructions to return (you can use a non-identifiable code, if you wish) to the office by January 5. Your individual results will be provided to you at the lecture.


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