The hardest part about returning to high school after undergoing chemotherapy treatments for Stephanie Harwood, now a freshman at Western Carolina University, was losing her hair and everyone seeing her so weak – a cross-country runner using a wheelchair and neck brace.
Western Carolina University will offer an asthma management workshop for nurses and other interested health care professionals from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 17, in Room 143 of the Cordelia Camp Building.
A symposium designed for nurses, healthcare professionals, and others interested in learning more about Cherokee Health. Attendees will get a glimpse into Cherokee culture, history, and health care perceptions. Speakers include "Beloved Woman" Myrtle Driver, Ann Bullock, Tom Belt, Susan Leadingfox, Lisa Lefler, Lou Jackson and Linda Chiltoskey. These speakers provide a broad view of the perceptions of the Cherokees concerning health care.