During a routine and regularly scheduled annual exam, grandmother Loretta Randle asked her
doctor to send her home with a colon cancer screening kit. The screening led to early detection
of colon cancer which saved her life.
Colon cancer is one of the few cancers that is preventable by screening. Early detection of
colon cancer is 90% curable, but you have to be proactive. Did you know 50 is the age (45 for
African Americans) when you should have your first colonoscopy?
Make a plan now to learn what you can do to protect your health and get a free colon screening
test kit at a fun, interactive workshop for African-American and Latino men and women.
Join us for food, fun & learning at
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FUN, INTERACTIVE WORKSHOPS
Dates: December 10, 2016
February 11, 2017
March 18, 2017
Time: 9:30am – 12:00pm
Location: T.H.E. at 3834 S. Western Ave, L.A. CA 90062
Who Should Attend: Adults aged 45 to 75
To learn more about the workshops or to RSVP,
contact Minister Loretta B. Randle at email@example.com or call (213) 437-9717.
These workshops are sponsored by When 1000 Grandmothers Pray/New Visions Christian Fellowship in
partnership with T.H.E. Health and Wellness Centers and is made possible through a grant from the
Healthy Aging Partnership and Prevention Initiative, a community collaboration with UCLA Center for
Health Policy Research.