On Wednesday, join Deena Centofanti and two specialists from Henry Ford Hospital as they discuss African American heart health and cancer prevention.
Beginning at 8:45, ask your questions in the chat room above.
ABOUT AFRICAN AMERICANS AND CANCER
ABOUT AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN AND HEART DISEASE
Robert Chapman, M.D.
Director, Josephine Ford Cancer Institute
Division Head, Hematology/Oncology, Henry Ford Hospital
Dr. Robert Chapman is the director of the Josephine Ford Cancer Institute at Henry Ford Hospital and a highly respected lung cancer specialist.
Celeste Williams, M.D.
Director, Cardiac Transplantation Mechanical Circulatory Support Device Program
Henry Ford Hospital
Dr. Celeste Williams is a cardiologist and researcher, as well as the medical director of Cardiac Transplantation and Mechanical Circulatory Support Device Program at Henry Ford Hospital. Her clinical interests include treatment to improve quality and patient safety in advanced heart failure patients, and numerous community health initiatives.
To learn more about the Josephine Ford Cancer Institute, visit www.henryford.com/cancer.
MORE DISCUSSION DETAILS:
African Americans & Lung Cancer
Minority Women and Heart Disease Awareness
Cancer Screenings: The Benefit of Early Detection
Simple Steps to Avoid Heart Disease
An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure
Heart Disease Risk Factors