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June 15, 2017: Breast Cancer Overview

Date: June 15, 2017
Time: 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Location: Herbst Hall, UCSF Mount Zion Campus 1600 Divisadero (between Post and Sutter St.) San Francisco
Fee: Free
Speaker: Jasmine Wong, M.D.

In the past, Asian women have a lower risk of breast cancer compared to women of other races, mostly attributed to their healthier diets and lifestyles. But with inexplicable reasons, an alarming trend is developing that breast cancer now is being diagnosed more frequently among women living in Asian countries, especially among younger women. Dr. Jasmine Wong will discuss about more specifics on breast cancers relating to Asian women, and some outstanding research advances over the past two decades that has changed the landscape of breast cancer care. Genetic testing, targeted treatments and more precise surgical techniques have helped boost survival rates in some cases while helping to support breast cancer patients’ quality of life.

Register online at or call 415-885-3678 on the recording hotline.

For more information on the Cumulative Stress and Cardiovascular Disease class, click here for the flyer.

二〇一七年六月十五日: 乳腺癌概述

Date: June 15, 2017
Time: 下午 5:00-6:30 pm
Location: 赫布斯特館, 1600號 Divisadero街 (between Post/Sutter街), 二樓, 舊金山
Fee: 免費
Speaker: Jasmine Wong醫生

過去,大多由於健康的飲食和生活方式,亞裔女性的乳腺癌風險較其他族裔的為低。但現在有一個令人震驚的趨勢是生活在亞洲國家的婦女,特別是年輕婦女,更多地被診斷出有乳腺癌。我們誠邀您在參加一個由 Jasmine Wong 醫生主講的乳腺癌講座,討論有關亞裔女性乳腺癌的更多細節,以及過去二十年來改善護理乳腺癌的突出研究進展。遺傳測試,標靶治療和更精確的手術技術都有助於提高存活率和患者的生活質量。