I decide because I know: Free informational seminars about breast cancer

  • What is the latest news about breast cancer medical treatment?
  • What should I know about lymphedema?
  • How do I adjust my diet after my breast cancer experience?
  • Will there be any changes in my sex life?

In Hellenic Association of Women with Breast Cancer “Alma Zois” we are aware of the questions that concern women with breast cancer experience and for the past seven years we provide scientific information through “I decide because I know” seminars.

Every woman with breast cancer must be aware of all issues concerning her health.

Valid and reliable information contributes to participation in decision – making, “compliance” to medical guidance, misconception’s correction that could cause stress as well as increased internal control.

Therefore, “Alma Zois” organize a cycle of 10 seminars that are aimed at women with breast cancer experience.

Participants have the opportunity to receive valid and reliable information, as well as to talk to experts on issues that concern them.

The aim of “I decide because I know” seminars

The aim of the seminars is responsible information and guidance by doctors and scientists, in order to ensure a better quality of life during or after the breast cancer experience.
Prominent scientist and professionals specialized in breast cancer will analyze different aspects of the disease.

Through the seminars we have already informed 1.832 women with breast cancer on issues related to the disease.

When do the seminars take place?

Seminars last 2.5 hours and are always held on Saturday, 10:00 p.m. – 12:30 a.m. at Electra Metropolis Hotel (15 Mitropoleos Str,  Syntagma Square, Athens, Greece).
Every woman who has experienced breast cancer can register the seminars for free.

Who can participate in the “I decide because I know” seminars?

Seminars address exclusively to women with breast cancer experience.
Recognizing that knowledge is power, “Alma Zois” invites every woman with breast cancer experience to be informed in detail about the issues that affect her.

The number of participants is limited (35 people in each seminar) in order to allow fruitful discussion with experts.