Welcome to the Johns Hopkins Breast Cancer Program Events website where we highlight in-person and online educational opportunities relating to breast cancer prevention, treatment, and survivorship. Unless otherwise noted, these offerings are not exclusively for Johns Hopkins patients and are open to all breast cancer patients and caregivers. Please check back often as this information will be frequently updated.
Join us for our 3rd Annual Breast Cancer Survivorship Symposium. Throughout the day, we will offer general sessions and breakout workshops on the topics of:
Breast cancer survivors (regardless of where they received treatment), caregivers, and children ages 5-12 are welcome to attend this free event.
There will be a supervised kids program that will include mad science, animals, face painting, Legos, art, & more.
Lunch will be provided.
Pre-registration is required. Space for this event is limited so register early. Every person attending must be individually registered. If you plan on bringing family members, please complete a separate registration form for each person.
Hear the latest information about the connection between of Jewish heritage, the genes linked to breast cancer and what to do to reduce your risk of breast cancer.
Panel participants include Dr. Kala Visvanathan, Medical Oncologist and Director of Clinical Cancer Genetics and Prevention Service at Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, Anne King, breast cancer survivor, Melissa Cordish, BRCA Carrier, Dr. Susan Harvey, Director of Johns Hopkins Breast Imaging, Dr. Justin Sacks, Director of Oncological Reconstruction at Johns Hopkins Medicine and Dr. Lisa Hawes, Urologist at Chesapeake Urology.
Co-sponsored by Johns Hopkins Medicine, Beth Am Synagogue, Beth El Congregation, Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore, Chizuk Amuno Congregation, and Chesapeake Urology Associates.
Kosher refreshments will be served.