Doylestown Hospital brought women of all ages together last night to join the conversation about breast health. The Pink Party kicked off with a health
fair which included information on breast health services, a celebration for breast cancer survivors, giveaways, raffles, and therapy demonstrations
including Reiki, chair massage, acupressure and acupuncture.
Following the health fair, women were invited to attend Lessons from 'The Art of War' for Breast Cancer Prevention,
a health discussion led by
breast health experts from Doylestown Hospital.
The talk began with Donna Angotti, MD
, breast surgeon, educating more than 100
women on how to reduce their risk for breast cancer followed by Michele Kopach, MD
, radiologist, discussing breast density. An
expert panel including Dr. Angotti, Dr. Kopach and Eileen Engle, MD, gynecologist, answered questions following the discussion.
"We hope to empower people not to feel as afraid," said Dr. Angotti, director of The Breast Center of Doylestown Hospital, "and to make some proactive
choices about preventative measures they can take to reduce their risk of breast cancer."
Pink Party Photo Album
Meet Dr. Angotti at Prevention & Treatment of Breast Cancer
Date and Time:
Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 1pm
Cowhey Family ShopRite
942 W Street Road
Warminster, PA 18974
Event is free. For information or to make a reservation, call 215-672-1870. Free childcare is available (please ask when registering).
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About The Breast Center of Doylestown Hospital
Offering breast cancer and well-breast care, The Breast Center of Doylestown Hospital is your resource for comprehensive care, close to home. From early
detection through advanced screening options at our accredited diagnostic center
, to complex
surgical treatments including nipple-sparing mastectomy, the experts at Doylestown Hospital
are your resource for total breast health.
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