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Environment and Breast Cancer: Teaching Tools for Change

M. Stewart ms154 at cornell.edu
Tue Feb 19 23:20:42 EST 2002


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Environment and Breast Cancer: Teaching Tools for Change
Satellite Conference
April 4, 2002  1:00 - 3:00pm eastern time

The website for this event is now up at
http://www.cfe.cornell.edu/bcerf/video_web

Register now to become downlink location for this program.

This conference is for educators working with women, families and
communities to:
*Understand connections between health and environment
*Be physically active
*Eat healthy
*Limit exposure to environmental chemicals
*Integrate breast cancer risk reduction education into health screening.

  Conference Highlights:

Environment and Breast Cancer: An Emerging Science
  -Dr. Suzanne Snedeker, Cornell University

Adolescence: A Critical Life Period for Breast Cancer Risk
-Dr. Barbour Warren, Cornell University

The Importance of Intergenerational Influences on Health Behavior
  -Dr. Elaine Wethington, Cornell University

A Tool Kit for Breast Cancer Risk Reduction
  -Dr. Carol Devine, Cornell University



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M. Stewart <ms154 at cornell.edu>
Webmaster/Electronic Communications
BCERF  / Cornell University
101 Rice Hall

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