About the Education Program
The Rivkin Center’s education program is all about putting people into action about their health and giving them tools for early detection, prevention, and self-advocacy. We give healthy women (and some men!), from all walks of life, a fun way to learn what they can do to feel more in control and less in fear about cancer. We also give cancer survivors a platform to share the stories that can save lives.
Who we educate
Our mission is to educate women (and men!) from all walks of life and across all ages on the risks, prevention methods, and signs and symptoms of ovarian and breast cancer.
How we educate
During our 60-minute or 15-minute party, our health instructors and survivors share their cancer stories and educate on ovarian and breast health through games and Q&A segments.
Share Your Story
Have you been identified with carrying the BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene mutation or are an ovarian or breast cancer survivor? Want to help spread the word about early detection?
Join the CanCan team of health instructors and facilitators to help more women know their bodies and be health advocates for themselves.