December 7, 2007 --
Interested in learning about cancer prevention? Come to "Cancer Answers," a free, interactive public forum, Saturday, December 8th at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown. Every day, researchers are learning more about cancer prevention, but making sense out of all this good news can be confusing. Let the American Association for Cancer Research help you sort it out. Come to "Cancer Answers," a free, interactive public forum on cancer prevention, Saturday, December 8th from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown.
Top cancer prevention experts will share their research with the people it impacts most: cancer patients, families, caregivers, friends and anyone who is concerned about preventing cancer. Bring your questions and spend the afternoon getting the most accurate answers about cancer screening, early detection, genetic testing, diet and lifestyle, and more. Get "Cancer Answers" from the experts at the American Association for Cancer Research.
For more information, visit www.cancerpublicforum.org, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Cancer Answers" is organized by the American Association for Cancer Research and generously supported by Susan G. Komen for the Cure.