CCNY-MSK Partnership hosts Harlem Community Health Expo on April 23

The CCNY-MSK Partnership, a partnership between The City College of New York and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, is hosting a Harlem Community Health Expo

The expo is on Saturday, April 23 from 1-5 p.m. and includes health information, cancer and dental screenings, COVID-19 information, nutritional information as well as health and wellness classes. In case of rain, events are postponed to a later date.

Events take place outside on CCNY’s south campus at 135th Street and Convent Avenue. The expo is followed by a free movie screening of “Encanto” from 7:30-9:30 p.m., which also takes place outside. Registration for the movie is required with only 200 tickets available, and the tickets are available for pick up during the expo.

Click here to register for the expo, and click here to register for the movie screening

The event is also in collaboration with SHARE Support for Women's Cancers, the Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Care, Columbia University, the CUNY School of Medicine at The City College of New York, A. Philip Randolph High School, YMCA Harlem, Planned Parenthood, Harlem's Children Zone and Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield. 

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