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Samost JFCS, in conjunction with Yad b'Yad and The Cancer Connection presents episode #4 in its podcast series.
In this program, a roundtable discussion recorded July 22, 2008 at the Katz Jewish Community Center in Cherry Hill, NJ, "Ask the expert: A comprehensive approach to breast cancer and wellness."
Download the podcast here (119 mb stereo MP3 file, 01:26:39 duration).
Cherry Hill, New Jersey, USA - Tuesday July 22, 2008: Samost Jewish Family & Children's Service of Southern New Jersey held a panel at the Katz JCC on breast cancer and wellness. Panelists were (from left): Dr. Robert Sommer, director of the breast cancer program at Cooper University Hospital, Camden, NJ; Linda Miller, clinical director of the Breast Cancer Physical Therapy Center; Kathy King, survivor, vice president, and website manager for Hope Afloat USA Dragon Boat Team; Jamie Wood, fitness director, Moving On Program, Virtua Hospital; Alysa Cummings, survivor and leader of the Pink Ribbon Poetry Group at Virtua Hospital; and Margery Dannenbaum, JFCS Cancer Connection Coordinator.
Photograph Copyright 2008 Steven L. Lubetkin. All rights reserved.
Keywords: jfcs, jewish, federation, breast, cancer, brca, mammogram, mastectomy, brca, cherry hill, nj, new jersey, woman, family, survivor, carcinoma, somer, miller, wood, cummings, king, virtua, cooper, poetry, dragon boat, samost
A production of Professional Podcasts LLC, Cherry Hill, NJ