MOLINE, ILLINOIS (October 5, 2021) — Gilda’s Club is hosting a FREE educational program entitled “Breast Cancer Art Project” for anyone impacted by cancer on Wednesday, October 13, 2021, 6-7:30PM at Gilda’s Club Quad Cities Moline Clubhouse located at 600 John Deere Road, Moline, Illinois, 61265.

Join Gilda's Club Quad Cities and Anne Warren RN/MS/ANP-BC/AOCNP, Clinical Nurse Educator, Puma Biotechnology, for a workshop about HER2+ Breast Cancer. This presentation will provide you with information about early-stage HER2+ (human epidermal growth-factor receptor 2) breast cancer and help you understand more ways to reduce your risk of recurrence.

HER2+ cancer cells have too many HER2 receptors. These are called HER2-positive cancers. HER2 receptors tell the cell to grow and divide. Therefore, cancers that are HER2-positive are more likely to grow and spread more rapidly. HER2-positive breast cancers can be more aggressive, but also respond to specific HER-2 targeted drugs.

This program is being offered in a hybrid model. Attendees can register to attend in-person or via Zoom. Dinner will be provided for in-person attendees. Registration is REQUIRED.

Anyone impacted by cancer is invited to attend. Registration is required at For questions, please call Gilda’s Club at 563-326-7504 or e-mail

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About Gilda’s Club

Free of charge, Gilda’s Club Quad Cities provides support, education, and hope to all people affected by cancer. As a Cancer Support Community affiliate, we are part of the largest employer of psychosocial oncology mental-health professionals in the United States. Our global network brings the highest-quality cancer-support to the millions of people touched by cancer.

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