MANCHESTER BY-THE-SEA, Mass., March 3 Know Breast Cancer, also known as the National Breast Cancer Prevention Project, is holding its first fundraising gala, Know Breast Cancer: A Reception for Ourselves, on Saturday, April 17 from 3-6 p.m. at the John Archer Estate, 10 North Street, Danvers, MA.
The gala gives attendees the chance to learn personal cutting edge action steps to help stop breast cancer before it starts. Relax with live jazz, Broadway, fusion and more while enjoying exquisite and healthy hors d'oeuvres from North Shore's top chefs including 15 Walnut, South Hamilton, MA, The Grapevine, Salem, MA & Bliss Gourmet Takeout, Beverly Farms, MA. Visit our prevention marketplace for safe foods, vitamin D3; estrogen testing & more.
A Reception for Ourselves also includes three critically important presentations by national prevention pioneers including:5 Reasons why Boston's North Shore has one of the highest breast cancer rates in the world. Presented by Susan Wadia-Ells Ph.D., Founding Director, Know Breast Cancer, Manchester by-the-Sea, MA.
European Thermography -- A safer, more accurate alternative to screening mammograms? Presented by Daniel Beilin O.M.D., Founder/CTO of ALFA Thermodiagnostics, Aptos, California and Jackie Bell, Director, Natural Bell European Thermography, Cambridge, MA.
Vitamin D3: Stopping breast cancer before it starts. Presented by Azzie Young Ph.D., MPA, Vitamin D Task Force Leader, The American Public Health Association and President and CEO of Mattapan Community Health Center, Boston, MA.
Funds from the April 17th event will support Know Breast Cancer's ongoing education work and help support the group's first NPR-based advertising campaign. The requested donation for each attendee is $50 to $150.Becoming a SupporterThe April 17th Host Committee, now in formation, includes individuals, organizations and businesses that donate $500-$5,000 or a gift of their choice to the Know Breast Cancer Project. The requested donation for each attendee is $50 to $150.Ashara Musical Productions of Topsfield, MA, websites by Melanie Dukas.com, Leigh Mantoni-Stewart Communication Design and Susan Wagner PR are donating their services for this premier fundraising event. Selected North Shore restaurants, known for their use of organic and whole foods are donating hors d'oeuvres and businesses offering safe cosmetics, cell phone filter chips, water and air filters, low hormone foods, immune system support products, vitamin D3 tests and estrogen tests will create a Prevention Products Marketplace. Learn MoreTo learn more about becoming a Know Breast Cancer sponsor or reserve a space for the April 17 reception, email [email protected]
or call 978 526 8702. To learn more about Know Breast Cancer, log on to www.knowbreastcancer.net.Know Breast Cancer
"The primary focus of the breast cancer movement has been on detection and not prevention. Know Breast Cancer was founded to educate women about real breast cancer prevention," explains Susan Wadia-Ells Ph.D., founding director.Know Breast Cancer's 7 Easy Ways campaign is focused on helping women significantly lower their risk of developing breast cancer... ever or never again. Taking lots of Vitamin D3, and avoiding birth control pills once you reach 40, are two of the campaign's 7 Easy Ways.The group hopes to fill the gap in providing prevention information. Since detecting and treating breast cancer is a multi billion dollar business, medical centers, drug companies and breast health clinics offer detection and treatment, doing little to actually limit the number of women who develop a first diagnosis. Self help, the key to stopping breast cancer before it starts, is Know Breast Cancer's proactive message. To help women enjoy a prevention lifestyle, Know Breast Cancer translates scientific research into every day language. The organization provides valuable information through its website at www.knowbreastcancer.net and blog at www.thetruthaboutbreastcancer.com. Know Breast Cancer also does workshops, talks and media appearances throughout North America.Know Breast Cancer recently received its non profit 501 c3 status; it was formerly a donor fund with the Essex County Community Foundation.
SOURCE Know Breast Cancer