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23rd Annual Breast Cancer Update 2021

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The Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition is excited to share that the 23rd Annual Breast Cancer Update will be held on Wednesday, February 10th, 2021 virtually via Zoom. The Breast Cancer Update will again be offered as an educational conference free to the public, featuring leading medical breast cancer panel experts and informational resources offering the latest developments in treatment and care to breast cancer survivors and their families, physicians, nurses, students, and allied health professionals.

As a direct result of the pandemic, the Breast Cancer Update will be delivered virtually, utilizing Zoom technology. Certificates of attendance documenting 4 Contact Hours and .4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) will be available to nurses, social workers, and other healthcare professionals.

Mark your calendars and register today here to attend as we educate and inform our community about “Breast Cancer Research – Where we are…Where we are going”.

Together, we can make a difference in the fight against breast cancer in Delaware and the surrounding region.

About the Breast Cancer Update

The Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition’s (DBCC)Annual Breast Cancer Update began as a small scientific meeting to update physicians about the latest trends in breast cancer diagnosis and treatment.

Recognizing the importance of bringing the most up-to-date information to all health professionals, breast cancer survivors, and the general public. The educational conference focused on the latest trends in breast cancer diagnosis and treatment has grown to an annual conference of more than 430 attendees.

It is our goal to have programming that empowers our community in the fight against breast cancer. The Annual Breast Cancer Update allows us to bring nationally renowned speakers in the breast cancer field and gives us the opportunity to educate the community about the innovative research, treatment, and programs that are available in Delaware.