A Personal Message From Our Co-Chairs
During the years that have intervened since Johns Hopkins Medicine first introduced A Woman’s Journey in Baltimore in 1995, our mission has remained unchanged: Educate ourselves about advances in medicine so we are empowered to make the most informed health care decisions for our families and ourselves.
We have witnessed vast medical advances since beginning A Woman’s Journey in Naples. This year is no different. Join us on Feb. 28 and listen to three extraordinary presentations by Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine faculty members. Learn about one of the most common gastrointestinal problems (irritable bowel syndrome), early warning signs of pancreatic cancer and efforts to effectively treat this intractable disease, and secrets of the brain.
We know you have many choices during our season, but this program is distinct. We urge you to come alone or with a friend or colleague. Devote this morning to yourself. You will find it exhilarating, stimulating, empowering and — for some — lifesaving.
Yours in health,
Anne Armstrong and Rand Mason