STANFORD PROFESSOR AND NATUROPATH
UNITE AROUND WOMEN’S HEALTH CAUSE
Preview of the Million Woman March on Washington in March 2014
ATTENTION CITY DESK, MEDICAL REPORTERS/PRODUCERS
Please R.S.V.P. to: Sarah Sherwood, (650) 380-9102 or firstname.lastname@example.org
ENGAGE IN PALO ALTO, CA HOSTS TWO EXPERTS
Leading activists in women’s health will meet at September’s Engage forum in Palo Alto for “The Future of Women’s Health,” where they will discuss new trends, important new technologies and procedures for women. Preview what is to come, including the Million Woman March in March 2014, an international event commemorating women who have suffered through disease and discrimination. Hear about new trends in natural medicine, and the movement toward more choice in health care for women: more patient-centered and empowered around personal health.
Dr. Camran Nezhat, FACS, FACOG, Stanford and UCSF surgeon and professor, inventor of video laparoscopic surgery and women’s health activist. Founding member of the Million Woman March. Nezhat is also a reproductive endocrinology and infertility sub-specialist who has been teaching and practicing medicine and surgery as an adjunct clinical professor of surgery, and obstetrics and gynecology at Stanford University Medical Center in Palo Alto, California since 1993.
Dr. Amy Day, is a naturopathic doctor, one of the first licensed in the state of California, and the first to serve as a board member of the Endometriosis Association. She will talk about the movement toward natural medicine, and what we can expect to see in the future, including the trend of women taking charge of their health.
WHEN: Thursday, September 26, 2013 6PM – 8PM
WHERE: 1445 Tasso Street, Palo Alto, CA
Plenty of street parking.