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May Is Women's Health Month - See Special Health Programs

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May Is Women's Health Month - See Special Health Programs

Time: May 6, 2012 from 7pm to 8pm
Location: CTV, Comcast Channel 26, Hamden, New Haven & West Haven
Street: Not Applicable
City/Town: Hamden, New Haven and West Haven
Website or Map:…
Event Type: television, broadcasts, on, comcast, ch., 26, &, at&t, uverse, 99
Organized By: N'Zinga Shani
Latest Activity: Apr 26, 2012

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For Women’s Health Month OneWorld is bringing to television very special programs expressly for women. 

These programs can be seen on AT&T Uverse – dropdown menu Channel 99.  The times and topics are listed by towns alphabetically: BCTV, ETV, NHTV

The following programs can be seen during the month of May starting 5/6/12 on Citizens TV, Chan. 26,

Sun. 7PM - 8PM

Week 1: May 6, 7-8pm:  Gynecological Cancers with Drs. Schwartz and Rutherford & community participants.

Week 2: May 13, 7-8pm: Tips for Maintaining Health & Well-Being As Women Age w/ multicultural women MDs

Week 3: May 20, 7-8pm: Cancer Genetic Screening, Counseling & Testing with Dir of Genetics Center - Matloff

Week 4: May 27, 7-8pm: Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES) w/ Yale MDs & OR Nurse Mgr



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Comment by N'Zinga Shani on April 26, 2012 at 4:57pm

Viewers on AT&T Uverse can also see these programs at the same time they are airing on Comcast Channel 18 in Branford, East Haven and North Haven TV.

 Visit the applicable link below to find us on AT&T Uverse in your town

 Branford Community TV (BCTV, Comcast Channel 18)

 East Haven Public TV (ETV), Comcast Channel 18 -

North Haven Community TV (NHTV), Comcast Chan. 18 -

Visit OneWorld at: to learn more

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