Dr. Nancy Gardner, chief executive officer of the California Preventative Medicine Foundation, returns to Kaua‘i with free presentations, the “Three Top Methods to Prevent Breast Cancer,” according to a press release.
The first presentation is today at 7 p.m. at the Lihu‘e Neighborhood Center, and the second is tomorrow at 7 p.m. at the Kilauea Neighborhood Center Attendees will learn how to lower risks for breast cancer, how to get toxic chemicals, food, cosmetics and relationships out of their lives, and how to do breast self-exams.
Also covered will be how thermography can detect breast cancer in its earliest stages, without using radiation and compression.
Due to the high rate of breast cancer, Gardner has made a commitment to educate women about preventing breast cancer worldwide.
She has taught at the University of California at Berkeley campus, on preventive health care for women.
She heads the California Preventive Medicine Foundation’s research department, exploring options for nutritional supplements that can reverse early signs of breast disease.
She is also providing thermography scannings on the days following the talks.