Fox Chase Cancer Center is honored to be chosen as the next location for the Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition (PBCC)”s traveling photography exhibit, 67 Women, 67 Counties: Facing Breast Cancer in Pennsylvania, at Fox Chase Cancer Center from October 20 – October 30, 2011.
The photo exhibit will be displayed in the Women’s Cancer Center at Fox Chase located at 333 Cottman Avenue in Philadelphia. As always, free parking is available.
The Office of Health Communications and Health Disparities at Fox Chase is proud to sponsor this display.
Opening Reception – October 20 at 5:00 p.m.
An opening reception is scheduled for Thursday, October 20th at 5 p.m. The exhibit and reception are FREE and open to the public, however reservations are encouraged. Visit foxchase.org for directions.
To R.S.V.P. for the opening reception, please call 800-377-8828 x303.
This work of art features women from each of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties, along with a message about how breast cancer has touched their lives. The women reflect the diversity of Pennsylvania, and their stories reflect the impact of breast cancer on themselves, their families and their communities. The exhibit encourages women to learn about early detection and celebrates life, courage, hope and dignity of women and families who have battled breast cancer. 67 Women, 67 Counties: Facing Breast Cancer in Pennsylvania is sponsored by the PBCC and funded by the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
Pat Halpin-Murphy, President and Founder of the PBCC, encourages everyone to visit the exhibit. “Breast cancer is not a rare event separate from the fabrics of our everyday lives. It impacts our mothers, daughters and friends. We must educate ourselves about this disease and fight to find a cure now … so our daughters won’t have to.”
The PA Breast Cancer Coalition represents, supports and serves breast cancer survivors and their families in Pennsylvania through educational programming, legislative advocacy and breast cancer research grants. For more information, please call 800-377-8828 or visit www.PABreastCancer.org.
I hope to see you at the exhibit. And if you get a chance to visit, let us know what you think of it.