About this Event
Did you know that 13 different cancers are associated with being obese or overweight?
Today 70% of Americans are obese or overweight. For people at ideal body weight, there are certain foods that have anti-cancer properties of which you should be aware.
Come hear Melanie R. Palomares, M.D., M.S., preventive oncologist and Physician Founder of the Cancer Prevention Movement, talk about fact vs. fiction when it comes to cancer prevention, with specific emphasis on nutrition.
Today 1 in 2 Americans develop cancer in their lifetime, and cancer has surpassed heart disease as the #1 disease-related killer in California.
Learn what you can do in the kitchen that will help you and your family to beat those odds.
11:30 am Doors Open
12:00 noon Lecture Starts
1:00 pm Questions and Answers
1:30 pm Adjourn
$25 early bird registration by 2/25
$30 registration 2/26 and after
$35 at the door
Space is limited
Those who preregister 72 hours before the event will get a made to order lunch.
With multidisciplinary training and experience in medical oncology, epidemiology, and clinical cancer genetics, Melanie R. Palomares, M.D., M.S., affectionately known as “Dr. Mel”, practices preventive oncology. Dr. Mel coined this term to describe the care of healthy patients who are either at increased risk for cancer or are cancer survivors at risk for second cancers. After nearly 20 years in academic medicine, first at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, and then at the City of Hope, and after experiencing cancer personally, she founded the Cancer Prevention Movement, which empowers individuals to maintain long-term health through risk-based screening and preventive strategies.