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Cancer Support VI, American Cancer Society Schedule Lecture Series

Cancer Support VI (CSVI), sponsored by International Capital & Management Company, has announced its next free presentation by Sharon Day, nutritionist at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) in Goodyear, Ariz. She will speak on elimination diets, the benefits and how to prepare the meals.

This lecture will be held from noon to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, March 1, at the Kimelman Cancer Institute on the second floor in the Medical Auditorium.

The mission of Cancer Support VI is to provide support, education, information and assistance to people living with cancer and their families and friends. 

CSVI- ACS Professional Lecture Series 2015- 2016

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The first Wednesday of the month, noon to 1 p.m., at Charlotte Kimelman Cancer Institute, lectures will be held in the Bennie and Martha Benjamin Medical Auditorium.

2017 Lectures

March 1: Sharon Day, RD, LD CNSD, Nutrition Manager, CTCA, Western Regional Medical Center, Nutrition

April 5: Tina Zhang, Qi Gong Master

May 3: Elaine Smith, Diane Schaab, Mind, Body Medicine, CTCA Southeastern

June 7: Dr. Daniel Kellman ND, FABNO Clinical Director of Naturopathic Medicine, on Living the anti-cancer lifestyle

July 5: Dr. Petra Ketterl, MD, Medical Oncologist

August 2: Katherine E. Anderson, ND FABNO Naturopathic Medicine / Site Director, National Director of Naturopathic Medicine CTCA Southwestern. She will present Essential Oil preparation

September 6:            

October 4:                                      

Nov 1: Roy Khoo, Executive Chef/Director of Culinary; Crystal Langlois, Clinical Oncology Dietitian, CTCA Southeastern Regional Medical Center; Cooking Demo

December 6: Jeff Sklar, DC, Chiropractic Services/ Director Eastern Region, Cancer Treatment Centers of America®

2018 Lecture

January 4, 2018: Dr. Pamela Crilley, DO Chair Medical Oncology/Medicine and Science, Chief Medical Oncology/Eastern

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