Published on: June 13, 2019
Here are highlights from our panel discussion on the best ways to guard against disease, unique differences for women, and the control that we do have to maintain our health – throughout our bodies and all through our lives.
Panelists were Gillian Einstein, Beth Abramson, and Kelly Metcalfe. The discussion was moderated by Inez Jabalpurwala.
Recorded on April 29, 2019 at the The Globe and Mail Centre in Toronto.
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