Cancer Schmancer presents its second Health Summit, hosted by Fran Drescher, on October 26 at the Skirball Cultural Center in LA.

The event will feature an intense, educational day that will transform attendees from patients into medical consumers. There will be a multitude of interesting, informative panels and Q&A opportunities with noted experts in the fields of traditional and alternative medicine, men’s health, food and its medical applications, holistic health, mental health, systems biology focusing on the body as a whole, detoxing your home, and much more.

Speakers include Dr. Kristi Funk, renowned breast surgeon, Dr. Cary Presant, Stacy Malkan, founder of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, Ed Begley Jr., actor and environmentalist, Marilu Henner and her husband Michael Brown will speak on how they beat his cancer without chemotherapy or radiation, Sheila Patel, Medical Director of the Chopra Center, renowned alternative cancer therapy oncologist and hematologist Dr. Antonio Jimenez of Hope4Cancer, former American Gladiator Dan “Nitro” Clark, to name a few.

Funds raised support the organization’s Early Detection Fran Vans for underserved women and its School Assembly Prevention Programs that empower middle and high school students to make healthy choices for longer as well as better quality lives with the goal of being cancer and disease free.

Purchase tickets by visiting www.CancerSchmancer.org/whs or calling 888-621-2001. Tickets are $300 and include a sit-down VIP brunch and all-day snacks in addition to the summit panels, speakers, and exhibits. All sponsor packages include a private 9-10AM reception that includes a meet ‘n’ greet and photo opp with Fran.

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