Greater Cleveland Food Bank Marks 40 Years Of Service; Cholangiocarcinoma Summit

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Every day thousands of people in Northeaset Ohio, including many children, don't know where their next meal is coming from or whether there will even be a next meal.  For 40 years the Greater Cleveland Food Bank has been meeting the need to prevent those who are food insecure from going hungry.   The organization now distributes 45 million pounds of food each year. As the Greater Cleveland Food Bank marks its anniversary, milestone we'll discuss how it's focus has changed and what still needs to be done. Then, this week baseball's All-Stars "stood up to cancer" at the All-Star Game.  We'll meet a local woman who has been standing up to a rare form of the disease for nearly a decade.

 

For More Information:

Greater Cleveland Food Bank:

Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation web site

Craine's Cholangiocarcinoma Crew web site

To check availability for the July 12 Cleveland Clinic Cholangiocarcinoma Symposium call: 216-445-3796.

Guests: 

Kristin Warzocha, President and CEO, Greater Cleveland Food Bank  
Lisa Craine, Cancer Survivor  
Bassam Estfan, MD, Gastrointestinal Oncologist, Cleveland Clinic 
Mike Barrett, Manager of Power and Propulsion Element, NASA Glenn  
 

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