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Tuesday, May 3, 2022

Attend In-Person or via Zoom

10:00 - 11:30 a.m.

On behalf of Johns Hopkins Medicine, including Sibley Memorial and Suburban hospitals and Johns Hopkins Community Physicians, A Woman’s Journey cordially invites you to an exclusive briefing about advances in medicine.

The event will be held at the Bethesda North Marriott.

Vaccinations and masks are required when not eating.

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Speakers

Judith Goldstein, OD

New InSights

Macular degeneration, glaucoma, stroke and other diseases
of the eye will leave many of us with declining eyesight.
While medical and surgical therapies work to restore
sight or slow disease progression, there are rehabilitative
strategies available. Learn from specialist Judith Goldstein,
O.D.
, about rehabilitation medicine, maximizing vision and
functioning independently with vision loss. 

Elliot Fishman, MD

A Game Changer: The Role of Artificial Intelligence in the Early Detection of Cancer

Radiologist Elliot Fishman, M.D. reveals how computed
tomography, better known as CT or CAT scan, will
revolutionize the physician’s ability to diagnose cancer at its
early stages through the use of three-dimension, texture
mapping and AI (Artificial Intelligence) and transform cancer
diagnosis, treatment and survival in the near future.

Karen Swartz, M.D.

The Microbiome

Infectious disease researcher Cynthia Sears, M.D., describes the microbiome — the collective body of trillions of microbes that reside in our gut — and its apparent role in preventing and promoting disease while impacting our immune system. She also will address use of probiotics as a strategy to modify our biome.

 
Amna Nawaz

Moderated by American broadcast journalist, Amna Nawaz, chief correspondent and substitute anchor for the PBS NewsHour.

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Photo Courtesy: PBS.org

 
 

Sponsors

A Woman’s Journey is grateful for the generous support of our corporate, media and individual sponsors.

Washington Family
 
 

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Vaccinations against COVID-19 are required. Masking is optional, but encouraged.

 
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