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Martin-O’Neil Cancer Center Hosts Cancer Survivorship Seminar in Middletown

The Martin-O’Neil Cancer Center at Adventist Health St. Helena invites cancer survivors and caregivers to a day focused on survivorship and healing. The Moving Beyond Cancer Survivorship Seminar will be held on October 24 at the Middletown Mansion in Middletown.

Topics at the event include transitioning from surviving to thriving, healthy eating, long-term side-effects of cancer treatment, exercise and more. Presenters include:

  • Jan Adrian, MSW, founder of Healing Journeys and nationwide speaker
  • Kathleen Casey, RD, registered dietician at Adventist Health Clear Lake’s Live Well Program
  • Beth Rudiger, Lake County Jazzercise Instructor and Owner
  • Laurie Schirling, RN, OCN, CN-BC, breast cancer nurse navigator for Adventist Health
  • Ari Umutyan, MD, medical oncologist and medical director at the Martin-O’Neil Cancer Center
  • Amber Warner, LCSW, a behavioral health specialist with Adventist Health Clear Lake
  • Colleen Winters, LCSW, OSW-C, clinical navigator for the Martin-O’Neil Cancer Center

“The Moving Beyond Cancer seminar will be an inspiring day of learning and connection with fellow cancer survivors and caregivers,” explains Winters. “A cancer survivor’s health journey is unique, which is why we are honored to support them from diagnosis to treatment and beyond.”

The event runs from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm and a continental breakfast and lunch will be served. To RSVP to the event or for more information, contact Pamela Turner at 707-967-5750 or email The Middletown Mansion is located at 20650 Highway 29 in Middletown.

The Martin-O’Neil Cancer Center is located at the Adventist Health St. Helena Medical Center at 10 Woodland Rd. in St. Helena, and its oncology providers see patients at the Adventist Health Clear Lake Medical Office in Hidden Valley Lake. Learn more by visiting or calling 707-967-5721.