In a life defined by a devotion to improving people’s lives, Pam Priest Naeve found her place in the world only after making changes that improved her life, as well.
SAN FRANCISCO/FREMONT, CALIF. (February 10, 2015) – Fourteen years ago, in a San Mateo coffee shop, breast cancer survivor Barbara Jo Johnson talked about her vision of a conference that would empower individuals to make informed decisions about their medical care and be affordable to everyone.
SAN FRANCISCO/FREMONT, CALIF (February 17, 2014) — The Cancer Prevention Institute of California’s 13th Annual Breast Cancer Conference on March 1 in San Francisco highlights its decades of work to reduce the burden of cancer and offers something for anyone touched by this disease.
CANCER PREVENTION INSTITUTE OF CALIFORNIA, STANFORD HOSPITAL AND CLINICS/ HEALTH LIBRARY AND STANFORD CANCER INSTITUTE LAUNCH FREE SEMINAR SERIES TO ADDRESS UNIQUE CHALLENGES OF CAREGIVERS FOR PATIENTS WITH SERIOUS ILLNESS
FREMONT and SAN FRANCISCO,CALIF. (October 7, 2011) –You’ve survived a bout with cancer which has changed you forever. Now, how do you ensure your relationships survive the changes from your treatment? How do you approach employment, health insurance, medical follow-up, treatment side effects and which medical problem goes to what doctor?
NEW YORK TIMES COLUMNIST/AUTHOR JANE BRODY TO BE KEYNOTE SPEAKER AT
CANCER PREVENTION INSTITUTE OF CALIFORNIA’S CONFERENCE SEPT. 11 AT STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Northern California Cancer Center seminar at Stanford University Sept. 23 to tell consumers “things you don’t know” about soy products…
FREMONT/SAN FRANCISCO, CA (Nov. 3, 2008) – When cancer patients end treatment, they are often advised to ‘get on with…