According to Susan G. Komen, breast cancer mortality in black women was 42 percent higher than in other women from 2010-2014. In this special seminar for African American women, discover causes of the increased mortality, strategies to reduce the risks for breast cancer and the importance of getting an annual mammogram.
To register or for more information, please call Taqwa Brookins at 908-685-3439.
The Healthier Somerset Advisory Board meets on the second Thursday of each month except August. Meetings are held from 9 to 10 a.m. at the Steeplechase Cancer Center. This meeting is not open to the public. Please e-mail us at email@example.com for more information.
Healthier Somerset is open to all who live and work in Somerset County and includes representatives from businesses, healthcare, education, faith-based communities, non-profit organizations, local and county government, and the community who are committed to making Somerset County a healthy place to live and work.
About Healthier Somerset
Healthier Somerset is a coalition created to improve the health and well being of everyone who lives and works in Somerset County. We promote healthy lifestyles through collaboration among our partners. Our strategic goals are to:
- Engage Somerset County in active participation in good health habits
- Increase access to choices that promote healthy lifestyles
- Promote policy changes that improve health
The mission of the coalition is to work collaboratively to improve the health and well-
Our coalition acknowledges that health is a priority. The health of Somerset County residents has a direct bearing upon our physical, emotional, and economic well-
Visit us for more information at: http://www.healthiersomerset.org.
Promotes the management of COPD and other chronic lung diseases (i.e. asthma, pulmonary fibrosis or lung cancer). Offers a sense of belonging and hope and aims to improve quality of life. To register call 1-888-637-9584.
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