San Antonio's top breast cancer specialists are joining together for a live question and answer panel. Join us for an opportunity to learn more about your breast cancer and breast reconstruction journey options. You can participate in person or online. (Event will stream on Facebook LIVE at facebook.com/prmaplasticsurgery)
The Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at MD Anderson Cancer Center will host a symposium to educate breast cancer patients regarding breast reconstruction and other post-mastectomy options. The goals of this event are to raise awareness of breast reconstruction by providing accurate, unbiased information, and to share the role of plastic surgery in the breast cancer journey. In addition to the BRA Symposium, the department will also host a BRA Day Patient Education Table (Wednesday, 10/18/17), and multiple breast reconstruction-related community outreach events.
For more information, please visit www.mdanderson.org/BRASymposium.
You’ll get to hear from Dr. Nicholas Haddock and Dr. Sumeet Teotia, who are the leading breast reconstruction surgeons at UTSW. They offer a wide variety of options and will provide extremely beneficial information. Learn about all of the advancements being made in the industry, see real life before and after photos and have the opportunity to ask Dr. Haddock and Teotia questions. Mark this date on your calendar, get informed and join us on October 18th! We hope to see you there!
To RSVP, email us at email@example.com or RSVP to our Facebook event at mybreastchoice.org.
We will host a breakfast at the Jennie Sealy Hospital with information for patients and staff on our breast reconstruction services and surgeons. Light breakfast will be provided.
That evening we will host a Ladies Night Out event at our League City Campus location, which we have been doing since 2013. We will have breast surgeons on hand, handouts about our breast reconstruction services, survivor gifts, vendors of products related to breast reconstruction, vendors with items geared toward women and cancer survivors, as well as door prizes and hors d'oeuvres.
A luncheon where guests will speak about breast cancer and Dr. Koneru will participate in a fashion show wearing bras decorated by the guests.
Each year AiRS sets up bright pink tables with many volunteers available--and the best cupcakes in town--as both employees and patients enter these 3, multi-story, medical buildings. There are many plastic surgeons in the buildings, allowing AiRS to reach a targeted audience.
Will host an informational booth in a high-traffic area at William Beaumont Army Medical Center to provide brochures, giveaways, and discussion with two plastic surgeons and clinic staff. The purpose will be to educate a previously underserved population on the availability of plastic and reconstructive surgery services and the importance of discussing breast reconstruction options before cancer-related treatment. Open to referring physicians, sister surgical services and patients.