• By: OLM Staff

Living Well Cancer Care and Prevention Show Recap

The first annual Living Well Cancer Care and Prevention Show hosted by the Ottawa Integrative Cancer Centre this past Sunday, September 21, can only be described as a complete success.

The show, which took place at Ottawa’s RA Centre on Riverside Drive, brought together the most insightful voices in the health and cancer care community. Event attendees had the opportunity to hear from industry experts on every aspect of cancer care and prevention, including hot topics and the latest research. From Dr. Meg Sears, who spoke about the importance of avoiding GMOs in food and chemicals in daily life, to Dr. Jean M. Seely, the head of breast imaging at the Ottawa Hospital, who clarified misunderstandings of mammography, the diverse group of speakers made for an educational and entertaining event.

The show also featured 40 exhibitors who showcased their products and services to the Ottawa community. Medical clinics, national organizations and various local businesses set up shop at this one-day event. Guests had the opportunity to check out Bayshore Home Health Care, the Canadian Cancer Society, Natural Food Panty and much more. Check out the full list of exhibitors here.

The Living Well Show also offered guests free mini health assessments and healthy lifestyle demonstrations, including nutrition, exercise and yoga.

Event attendees left the show loaded with new information!

We all know someone who has been touched by cancer. The Living Well Cancer Care and Prevention Show proved to be an excellent resource for anyone personally touched by cancer or simply looking to improve their overall health.

Congratulations on a great show!