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CANCER GENETIC SCREENING, COUNSELING & TESTING

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CANCER GENETIC SCREENING, COUNSELING & TESTING

Time: May 20, 2012 from 7pm to 8pm
Location: COMCAST CH. 26, CTV (serving Hamden, NH and WH)
City/Town: HAMDEN, NEW HAVEN & WEST HAVEN
Website or Map: http://oneworldpi.org/health/…
Event Type: television, broadcasts, on, comcast, channels, 26, 15, 18, 10, &, at&t, uverse, 99
Organized By: N'Zinga Shani
Latest Activity: May 17, 2012

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A VERY IMPORTANT EVENT COMING TO YOUR TV CHANNEL - This information could Save Your Life.
WHAT:  A 1-hr, enlightening television program that could save your life.
TOPIC:    Cancer Genetic Counseling, Screening & Testing - An Important Education Program

WHEN: Sunday, 5/20/ 2012 - 7-8:00pm
WHERE: COMCAST CHAN. 26 (Hamden, NH & WH)

Also on: AT&T Uverse Chan. 99 (drop-down menu) statewide &  on Comcast Chan. 18. Find the program in various towns:  Branford, BCTV; East Haven – ETV; North Haven – NHTV, Totoket TV in North Branford, COMAST CHAN. 18. Comcast Chan. 15 in Middletown, Cromwell, East Hampton, Portland, Middlefield & Comcast Chan. 34 in Clinton; Comcast Chan 10 in all Valley towns  (TUES. 7:30PM) and on Charter Communications, Community Visions 21 (M & F)

  • IMPORTANT QUESTIONS FOR YOU TO ANSWER:
  • Is there a history of cancer in your family?
  • What are Cancer Genetic Markers?
  • How would you know if you have them?
  • Ever heard of BRCA1 & BRCA2?  How about P53?
  • How old was your mother’s father when he died? 
  • How old was your mother’s mother when she died?
  • Do you know what disease either died from?

Knowledge of family medical history is important.  You are better off knowing.  What are the benefits, if any, of cancer screening and testing? 

Find out on Sunday, May 20, 7-8pm on Comcast Channel 26 on OneWorld’s “21st Century Conversations.” Watch Cancer Genetic Counseling, Screening & Testing w/N'Zinga Shani.


Yale’s Ellen Matloff joins N’Zinga Shäni for an enlightening 1-hr conversation about the Genetic History of Cancer in families.

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