More than 300 native women and males attended the 11th annual Johns Hopkins Medicine’s A Woman’s Journey on Jan. 25 on the Palm Beach County Convention Center. Erin McGould joined Debra Vasilopoulos as co-chairwomen of the occasion.
During the health conference and luncheon, physicians introduced seminars on the newest advances in stopping, detecting and treating illnesses similar to coronary heart issues and most cancers in women.
The conference opened with a heart-healthy breakfast and presentation by Cindy Lersten, who works for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The mom and avid hiker mentioned her battle with melanoma and the way she benefitted from medical trials at Johns Hopkins.
This yr, the keynote handle was comprised of a panel of specialists from Johns Hopkins, discussing regeneration with a concentrate on pores and skin improvement. After breakfast, friends attended two, hour-long seminars of their selecting, introduced by Johns Hopkins physicians.
“Each year, I’m blown away at how much I learn about our health and our family’s,” Vasilopoulos stated. “Attending A Woman’s Journey is a gift I give myself every year. It’s an invaluable tool that gives us unlimited information from Johns Hopkins physicians with access to their wealth of knowledge on a variety of topics.”