“Hope – Surviving Cancer & Beyond” free forum on Feb. 9by Carolyn Classen on Feb. 05, 2013, under Health, Life
For Immediate Release
Hope – Surviving Cancer and Beyond, A Free Educational Forum Presented by Beat Cancer Boot Camp and Ginny L. Clements Breast Cancer Research, Scheduled for Feb. 9 at St. Gregory College Preparatory School
TUCSON, AZ– Beat Cancer Boot Camp and Ginny L. Clements Breast Cancer Research are teaming up to present an educational forum, Hope – Surviving Cancer and Beyond on Saturday, February 9, at 8 a.m. at St. Gregory College Preparatory School, The forum is free and open to the public.
Hope – Surviving Cancer and Beyond will feature a morning of hope, inspiration, camaraderie and knowledge for cancer survivors and anyone touched by cancer in their lives. The forum will kick-off with a fun Beat Cancer Boot Camp workout, led by Anita “Sarge” Kellman.
The forum will be moderated by Allison Alexander, KVOA CH. 4 News Anchor.
The speakers will include:
*Ginny L. Clements, Founder, Ginny L. Clements Breast Cancer Research. Ginny Clements will share her inspirational cancer journey and hope for the future of cancer research.
* Lana Holstein, M.D. Dr. Holstein will discuss “Sexuality after Cancer.”
*Anita “Sarge” Kellman, founder and executive director of Beat Cancer Boot Camp. She will discuss “The benefits of exercise during and after the fight to beat cancer.”
*Rocky LaRose, UA Deputy Director of Athletics. Rocky, a cancer survivor and motivational speaker, and will share her story.
*Joyce Schroeder, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Molecular and Cellular Biology; Co-leader, Cancer Biology Scientific Program, University of Arizona Cancer Center . Dr. Schroeder will discuss the future of cancer research.
For additional information, please contact Beat Cancer Boot Camp at 520-546-1601 or email@example.com.
Contact:Anita “Sarge” Kellman
About Beat Cancer Boot Camp. Based in Tucson , Beat Cancer Boot Camp (BCBC) is an exercise and support program that empowers and inspires cancer survivors to take charge of their health, while conditioning their minds and bodies for healing. The 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization was created to encourage and support survivors to engage in physical activity throughout the many stages of fighting cancer. In addition to meeting for exercise, BCBC programs provide support, education and camaraderie for cancer survivors, their families and friends.
Coming up: Beat Cancer Boot Camp 5K Obstacle Challenge on March 16, 7:30 a.m. at Brandi Fenton Memorial Park. More info at: www.beatcancerbootcamp.com.