Breast Cancer and Women of African descent.

Plus Q &A with Sister Abi and Marina a Breast Cancer Survivor

Thursday 12 May  7.00pm to 9.00pm (arrive early) 

Science Museums Dana Centre 165 Queens Gate, London SW5:

Tube: South Kensington/Gloucester Roadon  District/Circle.Piccadilly line

Entry: Free only if you book in advance over 18's only

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The Dana Centre and café are licensed premises open only to those aged 18 or over. Arrive early to enjoy a wide variety of delicious food and drink in our air-conditioned d.café.

This presentation by Sister Abi aims to empower women with information to help defeat breast cancer. It will cover: 

* The reality of risk rates for black women; how white women skew the risk indicators
* 5 steps you can take to reduce your risk , 
* How not breast feeding can increase your risk
* What food and lifestyles increase liability
* The signs that ensure early detection.
* How such information is made difficult to access (there has only ever been one study on how cancer affects black women in  the UK) 

Sister Abi holds a first degree in Medical Bio-chemistry, a masters in Clinical bio-chemistry and is pursuing another masters in Public Health. She is currently Programme Manager for an infomatics project for a major cancer charity. She has been featured on Colourful Radio and will be in the next edition of the New African Woman magazine for her cancer prevention work