Charlotte Maxwell Clinic Presents Wellness and the Healing Journey.
Charlotte Maxwell Clinic (CMC) invites you to “Wellness and the Healing Journey” an online event featuring Emmy-winning Journalist, Cancer Survivor, founder of The Latino Cancer Institute and member of the National Cancer Advisory Board Ysabel Duron.
It is open to the public, and all are invited to join us.
Thursday, May 25
Virtual event: RSVP here for online event.
Fitness Expert Tricia Probert, Acupuncturist Dr. Nina Boeddeker and Life Coach, Author and Cancer Survivor Edna Castillo.
CMC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing free access to integrative cancer care for low-income women is hosting a celebration of leadership, service and thriving resilience.
Ysabel Duron will share her personal experiences and insights on cancer, its impact on the Latino community and her vision for advocacy as a newly appointed member of the National Cancer Advisory Board.
“We are thrilled to have such esteemed experts join us for this event,” said Melbra Watts, Executive Director of the Charlotte Maxwell Clinic. “At the clinic, we provide a broad range of integrative cancer care and support to low-income women, and this event is an opportunity for us to share valuable information and insights with the wider community. We are grateful to Ysabel Duron, Tricia Probert, Edna Castillo, and Dr. Nina Boeddeker for their support.”
The clinic’s services include acupuncture, massage, herbal medicine, and other forms of complementary therapy, as well as advocacy, education, and practical support. To learn more about the clinic and its services, firstname.lastname@example.org or call (510) 601-7660.
About Charlotte Maxwell Clinic:
Charlotte Maxwell Clinic’s vision is that all low-income women with cancer achieve the highest attainable health during their cancer journey. We do this by providing free access to compassionate, integrative care with our network of licensed and certified volunteer practitioners.
Since 1991,CMC has improved health outcomes and quality of life for SF Bay Area low-income, women with cancer.
Contact: CMC Communications.