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Advanced Treatment for Cataracts
cataractsFree Health Lecture

LASER SURGERY CAN FREE YOU FROM WEARING GLASSES

Vision that is clouded by cataracts can put a damper on life. Fortunately, with laser cataract surgery, you can enjoy clear vision once again—and ditch your glasses after the procedure.

The new LenSx laser brings a new level of accuracy and precision to cataract surgery and, at the same time, can correct astigmatism. This new technology, combined with advanced lens implants, can leave you with near perfect vision.

Learn how this recent advance in cataract surgery can help those with nearsightedness, farsightedness, presbyopia (age-related vision loss) or astigmatism stop relying on glasses or contact lenses.

Reservations required: bchlectures.org/cataracts • 303-441-0580

 

Is That Pain in Your Leg Muscles Serious?
Free Health Lecture

ARTERY DISEASE RAISES RISK FOR HEART ATTACK, STROKE

PAD (1)It can strike while you’re walking or climbing stairs—painful cramping in your calf, thigh or buttock. You stop for a few moments, and the pain goes away. Those symptoms could indicate a serious condition called Peripheral Arterial Disease (P.A.D.). It develops when your leg arteries become clogged with fatty plaque. P.A.D. is a warning that arteries in your heart and brain might also be clogged, increasing your risk of a heart attack or stroke.

Come hear a board-certified interventional cardiologist describe the latest approaches for diagnosing and treating P.A.D.

Speaker: John R. McNeil, MD, of Boulder Heart
When: Thursday, March 19, from 7 to 8 p.m.
Where: Boulder Marriott, 2660 Canyon Blvd., Boulder
Reservations required: bchlectures.org/PAD • 303-441-0580

Averting the Preventable Killer - Colon Cancer
Free Health Lecture

coloncancerlectureDid you know that colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the U.S. and the third most common cancer in men and women? Each year, more than 50,000 Americans die of colon cancer. That’s one life lost every 10 minutes. However, the majority of these deaths could be prevented through early screenings.

Come hear a board-certified gastroenterologist discuss a screening that detects and even prevents this cancer. He’ll also describe healthy lifestyle choices that can improve digestive and colon health.

Speaker: Peter Kaye, MD, of Gastroenterology of the Rockies
When: Tuesday, March 10, from 7 to 8 p.m.
Where: The Dairy Center for the Arts, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder

(Main entrance is located on 26th Street. Parking lot entrance is on Walnut Street.)
Reservations required: bchlectures.org/coloncancer • 303-441-0580

 

Touched by Cancer
Cancer Education Day

cancerdaySaturday, March 14, from
9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Has your life been touched by cancer in some way—either personally or by supporting a family member or friend? Please join us for a day of cancer education.

PROGRAM

Where: Foothills Hospital
, 4747 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder (Leo Hill conference room)
Cost: $15/person includes lunch and drinks. (Scholarships available.)
RSVP required: Call 303-441-0580 or visit bchlectures.org/cancereducation

 

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