Spectrum Health Cancer Center and Betty Ford Breast Care Services present Candid Conversations
Free Community Breast Cancer Awareness Event
First Lady Betty Ford’s openness about her breast cancer fostered public discussion. Join us to hear from Betty’s daughter and breast cancer advocate, Susan Ford Bales. Emmy Rickert will share her story which begins with a breast cancer diagnosis at age 24, one week after losing her aunt to the disease, and chronicles her journey to becoming a mother now raising two young children. Community health experts will also share information on breast cancer genetics, risks and survivorship.
Come join us for a fun, educational breast cancer awareness event and bring a friend! Follow along on social media using the hashtag: #candidconversations.
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
East Kentwood High School
Fine Arts Auditorium
6230 Kalamazoo Avenue SE, Kentwood, MI 49508
4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Community partner booths and light refreshments
5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Seating Is Limited!REGISTER NOW
Text to Give
Donate $10 by texting RIBBON to 41010. Gifts will benefit breast care services for underserved women in our community. Text donation applied to mobile phone bill.
Special Thanks to Our Honorary Host Committee
More InformationLearn more about Spectrum Health's breast care services, including:
- Betty Ford Breast Care Services, as well as breast tomosynthesis (3-D mammograms)
- Spectrum Health Cancer Genetics Program
- Spectrum Health Breast Cancer Program
- Spectrum Health Betty Ford Breast Care Services Mobile Mammography