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Community Event Special Events


Hear Stony Brook physicians discuss the latest

advances in breast cancer treatment. Hosted by

Brian J. O’Hea, MD, Director, Carol M. Baldwin

Breast Care Center. A question-and-answer

session will follow the presentation. Participants

can view educational exhibits that promote breast

health awareness. Community members, patients,

family members, caregivers and healthcare

professionals are welcome.

Tuesday, Oct. 28 • 6 TO 9 PM

Charles B. Wang Center Lobby

Stony Brook University • 100 Nicolls Road, Stony Brook

Free. RSVP to (631) 444-4000

Seawolves Tackle 
Breast Cancer
Date: Saturday, October 11 
Time: 7 pm
Location: Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium, 
Stony Brook University 
Description: Wear pink and cheer on the 
Stony Brook University football team 
when they face off against 
the University of Maine.
Fee: To purchase tickets, call: 
(631) 632-WOLF (9653) 
or visit

Turn the Town Pink Events
 Month of October
Click here:

Educating the Educators
Mind Over Matter:
Focusing on the Educational
Needs of 
Children with
Brain Tumors 

Date: Thursday, October 16
Time: 4:30 to 9:30 pm
Location: Hilton Garden Inn Stony Brook,
1 Circle Road, Stony Brook
Guest speaker: Stephen Sands, PsyD,
Associate Professor of Medical Psychology,
Departments of Pediatrics and Psychiatry,
Columbia University Medical Center,
and Director, Valerie Fund Psychosocial
and Palliative Care Programs
and Co-Director, Center for
Comprehensive Wellness.
Description: Are you a nurse, educator,
school psychologist, social worker or
guidance counselor or parent involved
in the education of a child with a brain
tumor? If so, join us for an informative
evening that can help the educational
outcomes for these children. And if
you are a nurse, you can also earn
3.5 continuing education units (CEUs).
Fee: Free 
To Register: call: (631) 444-7521.
For more information, email: 


For the full calendar of events and
screenings at Stony Brook Medicine, 
click here.