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8 Nov 2010

Kennedy hosts FREE Lung Cancer Awareness Program on November 17th

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November 8, 2010 Category: Health Posted by:

Smokers aren’t the only ones at risk for lung cancer. Former smokers, and even non-smokers (like activist/caregiver Dana Reeve) can be at risk for lung cancer.


Understand the risk factors for yourself and your loved ones at a special FREE Kennedy Health System program on Wednesday, November 17th.


In recognition of Lung Cancer Awareness Month, this program includes educational information about lung cancer prevention and treatment options, lung health, smoking cessation and support services – as well as FREE chair massages and a light supper!


Presentations by: Dr. Kenneth Adam Lee, da Vinci robotic surgeon and Medical Director of Kennedy’s Thoracic Surgery Program, Dr. Andrew Haas, Interventional Pulmonologist with the University of Pennsylvania, and others.



Wednesday, November 17

5:30 to 8 PM.

The Kennedy Cancer Center , 2nd Floor

900 Medical Center Drive

Sewell, NJ

Call 856-218-5777 for more information or to register for this event.

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