Fellowship breakfast series serves up health information for men

fellowship breakfastCalling all men! Where can you go to learn about health topics of special importance to men, and do it in a relaxed, casual environment over a healthful breakfast? If you answered the Men’s Fellowship Breakfast, this is your chance to move to the head of the class.

The Fellowship Breakfast series is sponsored by the Cancer Center’s Community Outreach Program, a trusted source for health information about cancer prevention, screening and early diagnosis.

June is Men’s Health Awareness Month, and the next Men’s Fellowship Breakfast takes place on Saturday, June 13, from 8:30 – 11 a.m.

Featured topics:

  • Blood Cancers In Our Community: What You Need To Know
  • Foot Health: Saving Feet, Saving Lives
  • Grilling, Summer Sun, and Reducing Cancer Risk

Featured presenters:

Craig E. Cole, M.D. is an assistant professor of Internal Medicine in the Division of Hematology Oncology at the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center. Dr. Cole specializes in diseases of the blood including multiple myeloma.

Crystal Holmes, D.P.M. is an assistant professor of Internal Medicine in the Division of Metabolism, Endocrinology, and Diabetes (MEND) at the U-M Medical School. Dr. Holmes is the Director of the Podiatry Program and has a special interest in management of the diabetic foot and wound care.


Washtenaw Community College
Morris Lawrence Building
4800 East Huron River Drive
Ann Arbor, Michigan
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Take the next step:

  • Registration for this free event is required and can be done by calling 734-998-7071 or using the online form.
  • Learn more about Multiple Myeloma and how it is treated at the Cancer Center.
  • Get information on care for the diabetic foot from the Podiatry Program.

outreachThe U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Community Outreach Program is committed to educating the general public about cancer and its prevention through special events and partnerships with local organizations. To request a member of our Speakers Bureau for an event, call 734-998-7074.



Cancer-center-informal-vertical-sig-150x150The University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center’s 1,000 doctors, nurses, care givers and researchers are united by one thought: to deliver the highest quality, compassionate care while working to conquer cancer through innovation and collaboration. The center is among the top-ranked national cancer programs, and #1 in Michigan according to U.S. News & World Report. Our multidisciplinary clinics offer one-stop access to teams of specialists for personalized treatment plans, part of the ideal patient care experience. Patients also benefit through access to promising new cancer therapies.