Science Lecture: "What You or Your Doctor May Not Know About Breast Cancer"
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DATE: October 16, 2008
CONTACT: Lisa Saunders
(845) 574 - 4244
Science Lecture Series at SUNY Rockland Community College Continues with
What You or Your Doctor May Not Know About Breast Cancer
Suffern, NY - How nutrition can impact your chances of developing breast cancer will be discussed at the second science lecture in the series presented by the SUNY Rockland Community College Science Department.
Ms. Gina Liberti MS, DTR, MEd, adjunct faculty, Nutrition, will continue the lecture series with, "What You or Your Doctor May Not Know About Breast Cancer.” Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in women. According to the American Cancer Society, “There is no sure way to prevent breast cancer.” Is that true? Find out how nutritional choices can have a significant impact on the development of breast cancer as well as other cancers.
Ms. Liberti has taught Human Nutrition at the Rockland Community College since 2003. She developed CHEM 112, Science of Functional Nutrition, which is designed for students going into the medical or educational field. She also teaches Topics in Environmental pollution. Ms. Liberti focuses on the functionality of food, or how food can be used to prevent, minimize or resolve various health conditions. She earned her, Bachelor of Arts degree in Special Education from Jersey City State College (now called New Jersey City University), a Master of Science degree in Education from Hunter College, Associate of Applied Science degree in Dietetic Technology at SUNY Rockland, and a Master of Science degree in Human Nutrition at the University of Bridgeport.
Date/Time: Tuesday, October 28, 12:30 p.m.
Host: Science Department of SUNY Rockland
Type: Lecture: "What You or Your Doctor May Not Know About Breast Cancer."
Location: Academic I building, Room 1106, Rockland Community College, 145 College Road, Suffern
More Info: Dr. Melanie Rie, Instructor, Biology, and Chair of the Science Department Lecture Series, at 845-574-4190 or email@example.com
Rockland Community College, a unit of the State University of New York, is located 25 miles northwest of NYC. The majority of its students transfer to four-year colleges, and many find immediate employment upon earning their associate's degree or certificate. The College also offers others, from preschoolers to senior citizens, the opportunity to simply learn something new. Quality education...at a price you can afford.