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Texoma Breast Health Summit
08/19/2017 @ 9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Save the date!
2nd annual Breast Health Summit Sponsored by Red River Title Co.
Lunch is on us! You won’t want to miss this! Saturday August 19th 9am-2:30pm! We will have a lot of great information presented, but we are especially excited to announce our keynote speaker, Dr. Darius Maggi as he recounts memories and stories of providing Women’s health in Sierra Leone.
Please RSVP to our office 903-487-2528.
Admission is free for this event, but donations are welcome.
About Dr. Maggi
The grandson of an Italian immigrant and blue-collar father, Dr. Darius Maggi was inspired by his familial mentors to put others first.
Beginning his medical career as a small-town Oklahoma physician, Dr. Maggi built a huge practice in North Central Texas, then moved on to making the world a better place through healing the poorest of the poor.
Spending most of his time and effort in Sierra Leone, Dr. Maggi has focused his energy on eradicating Obstetrical fistula – a severely debilitating consequence of extended labor that no longer exists in countries where women have reliable access to safe, modern healthcare.
Dr. Maggi’s experience serves to remind us that a life of real meaning, purpose, and gratification can only come from unselfish giving.
Monica Satterwhite, MS, MNS, CPT
Living Beyond Cancer and other catastrophic health issues
Monica received a Master of Science degree in Health Promotion/Kinesiology from the University of North Texas, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutritional Science from Texas A&M University. After moving to Texoma, she has worked diligently building a network of providers and programs to assist those wishing to opt for non-traditional medical treatments.
Marta Cordell, Dallas Thermography Center Director
Thermography is simply the measurement of heat. Infrared regulation thermography measures cellular metabolism coupled with responses of the nervous system to record precise skin temperatures. The precise measurements are taken over specific organs and target areas such as the breast.