Environment and Breast Cancer: Teaching Tools for Change

M. Stewart ms154 at cornell.edu
Tue Feb 19 23:20:42 EST 2002

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Environment and Breast Cancer: Teaching Tools for Change
Satellite Conference
April 4, 2002  1:00 - 3:00pm eastern time

The website for this event is now up at

Register now to become downlink location for this program.

This conference is for educators working with women, families and
communities to:
*Understand connections between health and environment
*Be physically active
*Eat healthy
*Limit exposure to environmental chemicals
*Integrate breast cancer risk reduction education into health screening.

  Conference Highlights:

Environment and Breast Cancer: An Emerging Science
  -Dr. Suzanne Snedeker, Cornell University

Adolescence: A Critical Life Period for Breast Cancer Risk
-Dr. Barbour Warren, Cornell University

The Importance of Intergenerational Influences on Health Behavior
  -Dr. Elaine Wethington, Cornell University

A Tool Kit for Breast Cancer Risk Reduction
  -Dr. Carol Devine, Cornell University

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M. Stewart <ms154 at cornell.edu>
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BCERF  / Cornell University
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