These days, almost everyone knows someone who has been touched by breast cancer, a disease that will strike about one in eight women in the U.S. this year. On Tuesday, Jan. 8, at 7:30 p.m., Chevy Chase At Home (CC@H) will sponsor a health lecture for the community at the Chevy Chase Village Hall on the latest in treatment and management. The speaker, Carolyn B. Hendricks, M.D., is a highly regarded Bethesda oncologist specializing in breast cancer.
Dr. Hendricks trained at Johns Hopkins and has been a local leader in the fight against this devastating disease. She recently returned from an international conference and will talk about "What Is New and Current in Breast Cancer Management."
Don't miss this chance to be informed and to ask questions. Bring a family member or friend with you—it's open to the public.