Health & Wellness
Sexual Health and Cancer: What All Women Need to Know (and Usually Aren’t Told) After a Cancer Diagnosis
Who: Coils to Locs Women of Color and Cancer Survivors Support Group
What: Sexual Health and Cancer: What All Women Need to Know (and Usually Aren’t Told) After a Cancer Diagnosis
When: Saturday, March 14, 2020 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Where: Kroc Community Center, The Salvation Army 650 Dudley Street Dorchester, MA 02125
How: Free Admission. Limited seating – Registration Required:http://coilstolocs.com/health Lunch will be provided.
The Women of Color with Cancer and Cancer Survivors Health, Wellness and Beauty Group is a safe space to engage in topics related to health, wellness, and beauty through the current and post-Cancer journey. The workshops cover topics such as mindfulness, makeup tips, holistic health and more. The Health Wellness & Beauty Group is open to anyone touched by Cancer and their caretakers/supporters.
This month’s topic- Sexual Health and Cancer: What All Women Need to Know (and Usually Aren’t Told) After a Cancer Diagnosis. Presented by Dr. Sharon Bober, Senior Psychologist and Director of the Sexual Health Program at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute /Harvard Medical School. She is also President-elect of the Scientific Network on Female Sexual Health and Cancer. Dr. Join us for an interactive discussion on Cancer survivorship, sexual health, and quality of life. This is a great opportunity to meet other women touched by cancer and their supporters in a fun, interactive environment.
Women of Color with Cancer and Cancer Survivors Health, Wellness and Beauty Group also welcomes caretakers/supporters of Cancer Survivors. It is hosted by Dianne Austin, Co-Founder of Coils to Locs, (Coils to Locs) a natural hairstyle medical wig distributor of ethnically inspired medical wigs currently featured at Massachusetts General Hospital, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, and Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital. Sponsorship provided through the generosity of Jonathan Jackson, Ph.D., Community Access Recruitment and Engagement (CARE) Research Center, Massachusetts General Hospital. Follow us on Instagram or Facebook where you can take our latest survey and get news on our expanding wig line.