Breast cancer will be the topic of the next Tie One On Awareness Lecture hosted by UT Health’s Eleanor N. Dana Cancer Center.
Dr. Helen Mabry, breast surgeon and UT assistant professor of surgery, will discuss breast cancer screening and breast conservation surgery Thursday, May 21, at 6 p.m. in the Eleanor N. Dana Cancer Center.
“Breast cancer is a very common disease in the United States, and a lot of us have known someone who has been affected by the disease or are personally involved with it,” Mabry said. “The decision-making process for treatment is personal and complex. This lecture is a review of some of the data that goes into that decision-making process.”
Each person who attends the event will be entered into a drawing for tickets to an upcoming sporting event or a gift certificate for spa services sponsored by Tie One On.
The Tie One On Cancer Awareness Lecture Series features free, public talks on cancer-related topics. Upcoming Thursday lectures will be:
• June 18 — Dr. James Willey, lung cancer expert and UT professor of medicine, will present information on lung cancer.
• July 16 — Dr. Arun Baskara, UT assistant professor of surgery, will share his expertise on colon cancer.
• Aug. 20 — Dr. Krishna Reddy, UT assistant professor of radiation oncology, will discuss radiation oncology as a cancer treatment option.
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For more information, contact the Eleanor N. Dana Cancer Center at 419.383.5035.