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Join our community partners at Rachel’s Friends Breast Cancer Coalition for a presentation by Elizabeth Grossman. Learn about new research into links between chemical exposures, their health effects, and cancer, and about safe alternatives to widely used carcinogenic chemicals.
When: Thursday, October 4th at 7 PM (doors open at 6:45)
Where: Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital Office Building, First Floor Auditorium (1040 NW 22nd Avenue in Portland)
Elizabeth Grossman is a freelance writer and investigative journalist specializing in environmental and science issues. Her work has appeared in Scientific American,Yale Environment 360, Environmental Health Perspectives, Chemical Watch, Salon, The Washington Post, The Nation, Mother Jones, Grist, The Pump Handle, The Huffington Post, Inside Climate News, and other publications. Her book Chasing Molecules was a Booklist Top 10 Science & Technology Book for 2009 and received a Gold Nautilus Award for Investigative Reporting.
This event is free, but the event sponsors would appreciate your RSVP by Tuesday, October 2nd. To RSVP and for more information, please contact Rachel’s Friends Breast Cancer Coalition.
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Sponsored by Rachel’s Friends Breast Cancer Coalition.