'A Woman's Journey'

November 04, 1997|By Linell Smith

Medical experts will discuss hysterectomy and its alternatives as well as dozens of other topics concerning women's health on Nov. 22 at the Inner Harbor.

"A Woman's Journey," a day of seminars led by physicians from Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, will run from 8:15 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Sheraton Hotel, 300 S. Charles St. The annual event has drawn almost 2,000 participants since it began two years ago.

This year's program will offer 44 seminars on topics including the aging mind, menopause and sexuality, thyroid problems, recent advances in treating depression, back pain, breast disease and new tools of plastic surgery.

The conference is $40 per person; $25 for students with IDs. Participants must sign up in advance for the workshops of their choice. The program includes admission to four seminars as well as continental breakfast and lunch. For information, call 410-955-8660.

Pub Date: 11/04/97

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