Breast Cancer Awareness Association of Minnesota's (BCAAMN) Living with Breast Cancer Conference


Oct 6, 2012
08:00 AM until 03:30 PM


This conference was created by two survivors, Ann Harris and Lois Joseph, to fulfill a desperate need for a broad range of cutting-edge information about breast health. In a supportive, inspiring, and nonthreatening environment, Living With Breast Cancer provides the education and resources desired by a growing number of people as breast cancer touches more and more lives.

Each year an increasing number of women and men are diagnosed with breast cancer, and at a younger age. Through education people will not only learn to survive this disease but also learn to live more courageously, creatively, and with grace.

This program crosses all boundaries and supports a broad range of healing philosophies and possibilities, from surgical options and the latest updates in oncology to mind, body, and spirit practices.

Scholarships are available to participants unable to afford the conference regsitration fee.


Prices vary. See website for details.


St. Paul RiverCentre
St. Paul, MN

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