I'm humbled and honored to have been a part of such a beautiful event. The "Eat to Live" Lunch and Learn was a great mix of leaders from the community sharing their knowledge, community members raising questions and sharing their stories.
While our time together seemed brief. I realize the conversation has only just started -- we created a buzz yesterday. There will be plenty more open discussions similar to this. It's time we take control of health. Dr. Amajoyi said it best, "Patients need to play an active role in their health. "
Thanks to the Steve Baker Colorectal Cancer Alliance, Multnomah County Health Department, and Providence Cancer Center for sponsoring this great event, and The Hope Kitchen Food Cart for the healthy food!