June 9, 2016 Educational Seminar in Batavia, NY: Breast Cancer & Nutrition


Breast Cancer Evening Educational Seminar in June 2016 in Upstate New York

What?

Join us for an evening educational seminar!
Healthy Choices: Breast Cancer Survivors & Nutrition

When?

Thursday, June 9, 2016 at 6:30pm

Where?

Richmond Memorial Library (the Gallery Room)
19 Ross Street
Batavia, NY 14020

This event is free and open to the public. Registration for the event is not required. 

This event is closed to the press to protect the privacy of attendees; however, press inquiries are welcome and can be directed to the Coalition’s Tracy Brown at tracy@bccr.org.

About This Presentation

Good nutrition is an important part of leading a healthy lifestyle. For breast cancer survivors, eating a healthy diet and getting the right amount of exercise could help lower the risk of breast cancer recurrence. Rochester Regional Health – United Memorial Medical Center’s Amy Miller, a registered dietitian, will explain what types of foods and nutrients are best for reducing recurrence and for maintaining a healthy weight after a breast cancer diagnosis. Join us!

Questions about this educational seminar? Please call Tracy Brown, Regional Outreach Director for the Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester, at 585-473-8177  or email tracy@bccr.org.

Would you like to download or print a flyer about this program? Click here for a one-page flyer!

About Amy Miller, RD, CDE

Amy Miller Registered Dietitian UMMCAmy Miller has been a Registered Dietitian / Nutritionist for 18 years. She is also a Certified Diabetes Educator. Currently she’s employed at Rochester Regional Health – United Memorial Medical Center (UMMC) in Batavia, NY, and has been with UMMC for 15 years.

Her experience includes clinical nutrition, assessment, and medical nutrition therapy. She educates individuals on diabetes, cardiovascular nutrition, and weight loss, and sees patients ranging from children through the elderly. Amy has a keen interest in understanding how nutrition plays a role in building a healthier body following a cancer diagnosis.

Amy completed her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Health Human Services at University of Buffalo. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics at SUNY College at Buffalo. She also earned an Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics certification in Adult Weight Management.

Our Co-Sponsors for this Educational Seminar

Thank you for your support!

Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer
New York State 61st Senate District (website)

 

Rochester Regional Health - United Memorial Medical Center

Comments

  1. Randa Williams says:

    I would love to attend!

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