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Lewis Manning Hospice to hold health talks
4:00pm Monday 2nd September 2013 in News
A SERIES of talks and workshops about health and wellbeing are to be held by Lewis-Manning Hospice in Poole.
Consultant clinical oncologist Dr Richard Osborne will deliver the first talk – on innovation in cancer treatment – on Tuesday September 17 while health coach Lee Vallely will be discussing how a healthy mind helps to create a healthy body on Monday September 23.
Jasmine Fleming’s talk on Wednesday September 25 is about complementary therapies.
Two more innovation in cancer treatment talks will be delivered – by consultant breast surgeon Mr Tony Skene on Monday October 14, and consultant urological surgeon Mr Charles Carter on Thursday, November 21.
An interactive workshop for anyone with respiratory problems, Breathing Well through Winter, will be taking place on Thursday, October 17, and holistic voice therapist Ali Sharpe will be providing a voice workshop on Monday, November 18.
Elizabeth Purcell, chief executive of Lewis-Manning Hospice, will also be giving a talk entitled ‘Living Longer or Dying Younger?’ on Monday November 11.
The breathing workshop is from 2pm to 4pm and all others are from 6pm to 8pm. Anyone wanting to attend should call Lewis-Manning on 01202 708470.
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