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To Celebrate Life Breast Cancer Foundation Forms Medical Advisory Board To Advise On Medical Issues For The Organization



Six prominent Bay Area medical professionals chosen


Kentfield, CA --- To Celebrate Life Breast Cancer Foundation, a nonprofit group whose mission is to raise funds to other nonprofits that provide services and support for people living with breast cancer, has announced the formation of a new Medical Advisory Board. http://tocelebratelife.org/    The Medical Advisory Board will advise the Foundation on matters including:

  • Medical guidance or referrals that the organization receives
  • Review of articles to be published in the e-newsletter and in social media
  • Raise awareness of the Board of Directors as to relevant medical issues and/or procedures

Members of the To Celebrate Life Medical Advisory Board are:

  • Cheryl Ewing, MD PhD (Chair), UCSF Clinical Professor of Surgery, UCSF 
  • Francine Halberg, MD, Radiation Oncologist, Marin Specialty Care
  •  Bobbie Head, MD PhD, Medical Oncologist, Marin Specialty Care
  • Victoria Landes, LCSW, Breast Care Coordinator, Kaiser Permanente
  •  Edward Sickles, MD FACR, Professor Emeritus of Radiology, UCSF
  • Garrett Smith, MD, Medical Oncologist, Smith Integrative Oncology


“With the help of Dr. Cheryl Ewing, a breast surgeon and former Board member, we were able to establish a Medical Advisory Board, further growing our Foundation family.   We are indeed fortunate to have these dedicated doctors and leaders in the breast health arena as a part of To Celebrate Life,” said Jeanne Capurro, President, Board of Directors.


To Celebrate Life Breast Cancer Foundation is an all-volunteer organization whose mission is to raise funds and grant financial assistance to nonprofit organizations that provide services and support to people living with breast cancer. Since its inception in 1996, the Foundation has raised and distributed over $3.75 million to Bay Area non-profits that help people who are dealing with breast cancer or who have breast health concerns.  For more information, call (415) 455-5882 or visit www.tocelebratelife.org



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