Let's Talk Teal

Help us turn the town teal!

Join us as WE kicks off Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

In partnership with Gail’s Anatomy,  invites you to help us “Turn the Town Teal” to empower more women to fight ovarian cancer. Oletha Minto, MD, OB/GYN, will talk about recognizing warning signs of serious illnesses like ovarian cancer, and how to persist when you know something is not right. Then, join your  sisters as we head downtown to dye the city fountains teal, and spread the word among women in our community. Don’t forget to wear your teal!

Oletha MintoSpeaker: Oletha Minto, MD, OB/GYN
Date: Thursday, August 28
Location: Newberry Hall
Time: 7:30 to 9 a.m.

Registration required: Call the Class Registration Line at 800-882-7445. A light breakfast will be served.

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