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Thursday, October 1, 2009

Penn Medicine at Radnor Run

Penn Medicine Radnor is once again the official sponsor of the 32nd Annual Radnor Run on Sunday, October 25, 2009. The run benefits the American Lung Association and takes place on Sunday, October 25, 2009. The run features a 5-mile certified run and a 1-mile fun run/walk.

The START/FINISH for the race is at the Radnor Township Building, located at 301 Iven Avenue in Wayne. Penn Medicine Radnor will host a health fair at the START/FINISH area. Our physicians, nurses and staff will provide screenings, educational information and items to keep all members of the family healthy.

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Achieve Your Weight Loss Goals Now!

The University of Pennsylvania's Albert J. Stunkard Weight Management program is a medically supervised treatment program that provides the highest level of care in a setting of clinical and research excellence. Patients receive a customized treatment plan and lose an average of 25 pounds over 13 weeks, with significantly reduced risk factors for heart disease and diabetes. Now is the time to get started on your long-term weight loss success!

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Weight Loss Guide
Philly Food Guide

Know Your Risk for Breast and Ovarian Cancer

The University of Pennsylvania's Cancer Risk Evaluation Program is designed specifically for women who want to know their risk for breast and ovarian cancer. The program can do this by reviewing your family history, reproductive history, age, and lifestyle.

A major focus of the program is using research to develop improved ways of measuring, preventing and managing genetic risks. Genetic testing is available to women who have a strong personal or family history of breast and/or ovarian cancer. If you are found to be at high risk, a physician will discuss ways to reduce your risk as well as indicate early detection trials for which you may be eligible. The Cancer Risk Evaluation Program is offered at the Abramson Cancer Center, Joan Karnell Cancer Center, and Penn Medicine Radnor.

Abramson Cancer Center 
Joan Karnell Cancer Center
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