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Pink Power Luncheon

Pink Power Luncheon

One hundred fifty women were treated to lunch, a souvenir item, breast cancer informational materials, and two touching and informative presentations at our 4th annual Pink Power Luncheon for breast cancer awareness on Oct. 4, 2014, co-sponsored by Komen for the Cure Kansas.

Terrah Stroda (pictured below, left), a 35-year-old breast cancer survivor and nurse-midwife at Flinthills Ob/Gyn in Junction City, gave a powerful presentation about her personal experience with breast cancer, as well as current information on breast health/cancer screening guidelines.TerrahStroda & Kelli Netson

Kelli Netson (right), a neuropsychologist at KU’s Wichita Center for Breast Cancer Survivorship, provided information on psychosocial needs after breast cancer diagnosis that was useful to many, whether the diagnosis was their own or a loved one’s.

You can see photos of the luncheon on our Facebook page (even if you don’t have a¬†Facebook account).

2 thoughts on “Pink Power Luncheon
  1. I’d like to know when your next meeting will be? Most of my employees are women, and any new information for them and myself would be great. It would be nice to attend. Thank you.

    Carolyn

    1. We have not set a date yet. It’s always in October. Would love to have your group & will add you to the email list. Thanks for contacting us!

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