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Feb 06, 2023
Virtual Meeting

Thriving After Breast Cancer: What We’ve Learned from the Pathways Study

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Thriving After Breast Cancer: What We’ve Learned from the Pathways Study
Zero Breast Cancer

Please join Zero Breast Cancer and Kaiser Permanente Division of Research for an hour of experts presenting their findings about diet, nutrition and Vitamin D after a breast cancer diagnosis, followed by 30 minutes of discussion, including answering your questions. 

Larry Kushi, ScD (Kaiser Permanente Northern California Division of Research), Principal Investigator of the Pathways Study, will give an overview of the first 18-years of this ongoing research of breast cancer survivorship. Dr. Kushi will be joined by Isaac Ergas, PhD, to summarize what the study has shown about the best diet and nutrition for survivors, and Dr. Song Yao, PhD (Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center), will present his intriguing findings on Vitamin D levels and supplementation.

Zero Breast Cancer's Catherine Thomsen, MPH, will host the Forum and lead the Q&A with the researchers and the Pathways Study participants and others who serve on the Pathways Community Advisory Board. This meeting is for anyone interested, including:
• People diagnosed with breast cancer, including metastatic disease
• Those who care for or know someone diagnosed with breast cancer
• Healthcare providers and social workers serving people with cancer
• Public health professionals and researchers 

We hope you will join us online to learn more about the Pathways Study findings and to ask your questions.

Learn more about the Pathways study here:


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