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Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health’s Ann B. Barshinger Cancer Institute will host an online event highlighting the importance of three essential cancer screenings, Tuesday, September 21 at 7 pm.

Randall Oyer, MD, Medical Director for the Ann B. Barshinger Cancer Institute, serves as emcee for A New Season for Cancer Prevention. The virtual event includes information on screenings that support early detection for colon, lung and breast cancers.

In the Lineup

ABBCI Cancer Prevention panel

Andrea Stern, MD, Lancaster General Health Physicians Family Medicine Mount Joy, discusses colon cancer screenings, including when to schedule and who is at highest risk for colon cancer.

Michael Walker MD, Lancaster General Health Physicians Family Medicine Willow Street, offers insight into when a low-dose lung CT scan is helpful in identifying lung cancer in those who smoke or who have recently quit smoking.

Sarah Eiser, MD, Lancaster General Health Physicians Lancaster Physicians for Women, explains the importance of mammograms in the early detection and treatment of breast cancer.

Fall fills the air as viewers will be tempted with a tasty recipe demo during a quick break. Attendees are urged to log in to the virtual event early for a welcome activity where they can pick up tips from Perfect Pots on creating seasonal décor for their front porch.

How to Register

Registration is required. Visit our event page and sign up to access this virtual experience. 

For best user experience, please use Google Chrome or Safari for registration and for viewing.

A Reminder

Preventive screenings are critical in the early detection of cancer because timely treatment is vital to a positive outcome. Many consumers may have put their health on the back burner during the pandemic and this is an important time to reset and prioritize. It’s the perfect season to focus on you!

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