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A Woman's Journey - Naples

A Woman's Journey Script



 

Dear Friends,

A Woman’s Journey remains profoundly personal.

This annual Johns Hopkins Medicine women’s health program reminds us that no one escapes the ravages of disease. Whether you or a loved one have survived cancer or heart disease, or have combated GI issues, a joint replacement, or other health issues, we value our health and want to stay well.

The initial step for most of us is to acquire information. That’s why Johns Hopkins Medicine is proud to invite you to attend its award-winning health program, A Woman’s Journey. This morning is devoted to keeping you up-to-date with the latest health findings and medical discoveries. It is a rare opportunity to learn from Johns Hopkins physicians exploring the root causes of and innovative treatments for diseases. Learn what you can do to remain healthy.

Gather with other women to gain vital information that will help you make informed health care decisions, live well, and improve your health and the health of those you love.

Join us for A Woman’s Journey on Friday, February 26, 2016 at the Naples Yacht Club. Attend this award-winning program and take this morning for yourself. A Woman’s Journey will inspire you. Discover the benefits of knowledge and walk away empowered.

We urge you to register today. Whatever your generation, share this day with your family and friends, or come by yourself to learn from Johns Hopkins doctors and from one another.

We hope to see you there.

Sincerely,

Anne Armstrong        Rand Mason
Co-Chair                     Co-Chair

 

 

 



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