Colon Health Lecture
Join our physicians for a frank (and sometimes funny) discussion on colonoscopies and colon cancer prevention.
Dr. Sherry Kroll, Dr. Steven Schimmel and Dr. David Chaletsky
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Day Kimball Hospital
Main Floor Private Dining Room
Taking steps to prevent colon cancer is important. That’s why it is recommended that you have your first colonoscopy at age 50 if you don’t have a family history. Our physicians will provide valuable information about colon health, the colonoscopy procedure, the new PillCam® device and how you can take preventive measures to remain healthy. Also, patient Ken Lussier, will speak about his personal battle with colon cancer.
Reservations preferred. RSVP to (860) 928-6541 x2387 by March 25, 2011.