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NOCC/Pittsburgh and Magee-Women's Hospital are sponsoring an evening class that focuses on meditation and visualization. Karen Cooper will teach the visualization focussing on the abdominal area.
Classes are free and will start at 6:30 PM in the 4th floor Womens Cancer Clinic lobby. This will be an ongoing program, and available every other Tuesday, beginning January 29, 2002 at 6:30 pm. You will be called in the event of a cancellation due to snow or outside emergency.
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January is the USA's National Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. EOTP's Focus on Cervical Cancer page lists all our cervical cancer resources and things you can to do stay informed about cervical cancer risk, detection, and treatment.
The Gynecologic Cancer Foundation has posters, brochures and other resources to help spread awareness of gynecologic cancer symtoms and diagnosis during September.
The National Ovarian Cancer Coalition and the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance sponsor events to raise awareness of ovarian cancer and advocate for additional research funds. EOTP's Focus on Ovarian Cancer page lists all our ovarian cancer resources and things you can to do to advocate for ovarian cancer awarness and better screening and treatment options.
Revlon sponsors a Run/Walk in New York and Los Angeles. Although the title is Revlon Run/Walk for Womens Cancer, only breast and ovarian cancer is sponsored. Contact The Entertainment Industry Foundation at (818) 760-7722 and ask them to include all womens cancers at next year's Revlon Run/Walk. You can also contact The Davis Group, the events management firm that handles the Run/Walk for Revlon at (310) 393-6344. (Neither group invites e-mail.)
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