BSFO’s Breast Cancer Awareness Week will conclude with this panel. Four breast cancer survivors will share their unique perspectives and story of
Join the Black Staff and Faculty Organization for a screening of “Life Interrupted,” a documentary featuring the empowering stories of several diverse breast cancer survivors. A discussion will
Dr. Gore will share her expertise in breast surgical oncology and will demonstrate the process of a breast
BSFO shares meaningful breast cancer prevention and recovery-focused events every day this week. All staff are invited to participate.
Join Dr. Cheryl Ewing of UCSF Health for a conversation about breast cancer risk factors, clinical trials and other important health topics relevant to the Black
All colleagues are invited to join BSFO during the week of Oct. 25 for informative presentations and community conversations about breast cancer.
For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Black Staff and Faculty Organization welcomes Zhonnet “Z” Harper of the Alameda Health System, along with breast cancer survivors.