Breast cancer is so much more than abnormal cells in our bodies. Join Dr. Ted Schettler in a free webinar hosted by Breast Cancer Action and learn more about the eco-social impact on our breast health.
Dr. Ted Schettler, author of the new (and free) book, The Ecology of Breast Cancer: The Promise of Prevention and the Hope for Healing, argues that breast cancer is not just a public health issue but also a social justice issue. Schettler recognizes the complexity of the breast cancer epidemic and believes that we cannot simply understand the disease from a medical perspective. He writes: “We will undoubtedly be more successful at preventing the disease and promoting healing if we approach it through multi-level interventions. Individuals cannot do this alone. Opportunities and responsibilities lie within the range of activities of a large number of social, political, and professional organizations and institutions.”
On Tuesday, February 11th 2pm-3pm MST and Wednesday February 19th 11am-12pm MST join Dr. Ted Schettler as he discusses the importance of family, community and societal experiences in shaping our breast health.