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October 04, 2012

(THOUSAND OAKS, CA) Breast cancer doesn’t discriminate. Rich or poor. The girl next door or a world renowned celebrity. It knows no boundaries.

Just ask Joni Eareckson Tada, Founder & CEO of Joni and Friends, an international disability ministry. Injured in a diving accident at the age of 17 that left her a quadriplegic, Joni knows about overcoming life’s challenges. And as a breast cancer survivor, she has once again embraced a challenge by using it to help others find the strength to meet an adversity head-on and grow from it.

Joni will be the guest speaker at the 16th annual Breast Cancer Awareness Seminar October 20, 2012 from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley, CA 93065.

Sponsored by Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center, the free community seminar entitled "How to Cheat, Treat & Beat Breast Cancer" will address the latest information on breast cancer prevention, screenings, diagnosis and treatments from physicians on staff at Los Robles Hospital.

Presenting the latest clinical updates on breast cancer is a panel of leading medical experts including Lynn Meyering, M.D., speaking on "Who Gets Breast Cancer?"; Catherine Moses, M.D., discussing "Better Screening by Advances in Imaging Technology"; Shawn Steen, M.D., describing "The Surgical Management of Breast Cancer"; Gene Ahn, M.D.; explaining "Radiation Treatment of Breast Cancer: What’s New?"; and Mai Brooks, M.D., discussing "Reconstructive Surgery: Who, When, How". Ashwin Kashyap, M.D. will serve as Program Facilitator.

The uniquely individually designed and decorated "CUPS OF COURAGE - The Sisterhood of the Traveling Bras" will be on display along with numerous informational booths. A complimentary continental breakfast will be served and all attendees will receive free admission to the Presidential Library’s new museum.

Reservations are required by calling 1-877-888-5746.