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JUNE 17, 2009
  What a Woman Needs to Know About Heart & Breast Health
  A FREE Woman’s Health Seminar at Pennsylvania Hospital 


Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009
6-7:30 PM


Pennsylvania Hospital
Preston Building - Zubrow Auditorium
800 Spruce St.
Phila., PA  19107

PHILADELPHIA – This special public health seminar, being held at the nation’s first hospital (founded in 1751) invites women to discover the latest research, diagnostic and treatment strategies to help them better negotiate two of the most serious personal challenges they face throughout their lives:   heart and breast health.

Woman's Health Seminar Invitation
Download or print the invitation (PDF).

This informational seminar features expert clinicians from the Pennsylvania Hospital’s Women’s Cardiovascular Center, Integrated Breast Center, and Joan Karnell Cancer Center. Topics include: 

Facing the Unexpected & Often Undetected – Cardiovascular Disease in Women.

Nazanin Moghbeli, MD, the director of the Women’s Cardiovascular Center at Pennsylvania Hospital, will discuss and answer questions regarding heart disease in women from motherhood through menopause.

Education & Prevention:  the Way to Optimal Breast Health Care.

Dahlia M. Sataloff, MD, director of the Integrated Breast Center of the Joan Karnell Cancer Center at Pennsylvania Hospital, will discuss and answer questions regarding what women need to know, look for and do regarding benign breast disease and breast cancer.

Free garage parking is available on Delancey St., between 7th & 8th Sts. Participation is FREE, however, registration is recommended. For specific parking locations and building locations maps, please go to:  http://www.pennmedicine.org/pahosp/vi_files/.

To register to attend, please call 1.800.789.PENN (7366). To learn more about women’s health, please log onto www.PennMedicine.org/women


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Olivia Fermano
(215) 349-5653

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