Marking its 7th year, the “One-in-Three Afternoon Tea – Annual Linda Floyd Forum on Women’s Cancers” will take place on Wednesday, May 17th, 2023 – from 3:30pm to 6:00pm. Held at Founders Hall in Charleston, this event is complimentary to the public thanks to the generosity of Linda and Dalton Floyd and fellow presenting sponsor, Motley Rice. There is limited seating available, so please RSVP online by Monday, May 8th, 2023.
Since 2015, the MUSC Hollings Cancer Center “One-in-Three Afternoon Tea – Annual Linda Floyd Forum on Women’s Cancers” has been an occasion for women to meet, share their stories, and engage in dialogue with others over afternoon tea. Discussions are led by experts about the latest news and discoveries in cancer prevention, screening, treatment, and research. Building upon the knowledge that one in three women will be diagnosed with cancer – women who wish to attend are encouraged to bring two friends to each event.
As South Carolina’s only National Cancer Institute-designated center, Hollings Cancer Center at the Medical University of South Carolina offers the most comprehensive care in the state. Hollings has earned accreditation and recognition nationally in a variety of specialties, including melanoma, breast cancer and oncology nursing. The center remains committed to early detection and community awareness through partnerships, outreach events and a mobile-health screening unit. In addition, Hollings offers over 200 clinical trials to provide the most innovative and groundbreaking treatment options for every patient.
Linda Floyd is a businesswoman and the wife of our own Dalton B. Floyd Jr. A gracious cancer survivor herself since 2007, Linda has since been in remission and has remained cautious, yet active, in learning more and sharing her knowledge with other women fighting and surviving cancer. A native of Lake City, South Carolina, Linda has lived in Murrells Inlet for over 49 years.
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