Broadway's Best for Breast Cancer: Staying Healthy & Strong -ONLINE

Broadway's Best for Breast Cancer: Staying Healthy & Strong -ONLINE

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Broadway’s Best for Breast Cancer!

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Join Broadway star Mandy Gonzalez (Hamilton, Wicked and In the Heights), Caroline Kohles, JCC Senior Director of Health and Wellness, for a continuation of our June virtual series celebrating life and foster learning. Meet Mandy's friends and fellow Broadway performers from the comfort of your own home and watch them perform. Hear top health and wellness experts discuss how life is affected during and after cancer and have your questions answered too.

Beneficial for everyone, but geared specifically to those living with or recovered from breast cancer, this special program is cosponsored by the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan and Dr. Alison Estabrook, a nationally recognized breast cancer surgeon currently Professor of Surgery at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She was founder and chief of the Comprehensive Breast Center, Mount Sinai West, in New York City, and co-founder of Breastlink New York, an affiliate of Radnet. It is endorsed by JCC community partners Sharsheret, The Nia Technique and the American Cancer Society.

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