Wednesday, March 7, 5-7 p.m.
UAA Campus Bookstore
The topic of the first event in the series is “Circadian and Ultradian Rhythms and Cancer Control: Special Challenges for Alaskans and what to do about it.”
This series of lectures provides cutting edge research, information and tips on how to improve your odds of recovery from cancer, of remaining in remission or simply preventing cancer in the first place.
Join Dr. Freeman for this empowering series of lectures and stay ahead of the curve by understanding the most current ways to take control of your health outcomes.
Dr. Lyn Freeman is an Alaska researcher and behavioral medicine provider who just completed six years of National Cancer Institute-funded research on overcoming the side effects of cancer treatments. The intervention she created and tested produced clinically and statistically significant improvements and is now a model of care for cancer survivors.
The full schedule for the Cancer Prevention and Recovery Lecture Series at the UAA Campus Bookstore:
- Tuesday, Feb. 7: Circadian and Ultradian Rhythms and Cancer Control: Special challenges for Alaskans and what to do about it
- Wednesday, March 7: Healing Spices for Cancer and Chronic Disease, Part 1: The history of spice research and 10 cancer fighting spices
- Tuesday, March 27: Healing Spices for Cancer and Chronic Disease, Part 2: The history of spice research and 15 cancer fighting spices
- Tuesday, April 17: Epigenetics for Cancer Recovery and Chronic Disease
All UAA Campus Bookstore events are free, open to the public with free parking in the South Lot (the lot just across from the bookstore). For more information, see the bookstore website or contact Rachel Epstein at email@example.com or (907) 786-4782.