When we created A Woman’s Journey in 1995, it was impossible to envision the dramatic changes that would occur in medicine. Who could have imagined DNA testing to reveal personal characteristics of an individual’s cancer, identification of pathways leading to Alzheimer’s disease, swallowing a camera to diagnose digestive illnesses, the broad impact of a tick-borne illness, or preventing and curing diseases in utero?
The conference was conceived around a central idea of gathering the top experts in medicine, from across all disciplines to educate us about medical advances and innovations and to provide clarity among seemingly conflicting research findings and approaches to treatment. Now, 20 years later, A Woman’s Journey remains compelling and current. We invite you to learn from Johns Hopkins doctors as they share the latest advances in medicine and describe the fruits of their discoveries. For one day, gather with other women to gain vital information that will help you make informed healthcare decisions, live well, and improve your health and, in turn, also the health of those you love.
A Woman’s Journey will inspire you. Choose four seminars from 32 topics that focus on preventing and treating disease and preserving your health. This year’s program includes presentations about fluctuations in our body temperature, safety of our food supply, heart disease in women and anti-aging foods. Attend this award-winning program and take this day for yourself. Discover the benefits of knowledge and be empowered.
Join us for A Woman’s Journey on Saturday, November 1, 2014 at the Baltimore Hilton Hotel.
We urge you to register today. Whatever your generation, share this sell-out day with your family and friends or come by yourself to learn from Johns Hopkins doctors and from one another.