ARH Webinar Series: Life after Diagnosis, A Women’s Cancer Panel Set for October 27

ARH Webinar Series: Life after Diagnosis, A Women’s Cancer Panel Set for October 27


Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) invites women across Central Appalachia to participate in the fourth webinar on Women’s Health. On October 27 at 2 p.m., the ARH Women’s Webinar topic will be “Life after Diagnosis, A Women’s Cancer Panel.”


Please join Dr. Swaty Arora, Dr. Sarang Kashyap and Kentucky Cancer Program’s Jennifer Wilson, MPH, as they discuss what comes after a women’s cancer diagnosis. Speakers will discuss the latest treatments, surgeries, supports as well as what to expect in cancer care.


Dr. Swaty Arora specializes in hematology/oncology and medical oncology and sees patients at Highlands ARH Regional Medical Center in Prestonsburg, Ky. She completed her fellowship in medical oncology and hematology at the State University of New York in Brooklyn, N.Y. Dr. Arora completed her residency at Staten Island University Hospital, Staten Island, N.Y. Dr. Arora has worked at the Prestonsburg location since 2016, and is passionate about providing the best possible cancer care for the people in Appalachia.


Dr. Sarang Kashyap is a general surgeon at Beckley ARH Hospital in Beckley, W.Va.  Dr. Kashyap completed his general surgery residency at Easton Hospital in Easton, Pennsylvania and a cardiothoracic surgery fellowship at Texas Heart Institute at St. Luke’s Hospital in Houston, Texas. He specializes in general surgery, bariatrics, lumpectomies, mastectomies and the removal of breast tumors.  Additionally, Dr. Kashyap has numerous scientific publications, presentations, honors and awards for his research work.


Jennifer McCoart Wilson serves as the Regional Cancer Control Specialist II for the Kentucky Cancer Program in the Big Sandy and FIVCO ADD districts. She strives to reduce cancer incidence and mortality through education, research and service. Wilson has over 10 years of public health experience. Before joining the efforts of the Kentucky Cancer Program, she served as the health educator for the Johnson County Health Department, the associate director for the Lexington Kentucky Hope Lodge and a community representative for American Cancer Society.


Although questions are welcomed and encouraged in the Q and A, our experts cannot provide specific medical advice or referrals during this webinar.

This is the last webinar in our ARH Women’s Health Series. Participants that have attended two of four webinars in this series will receive a VISA gift card by mail.


Women who would like to participate in this fourth webinar can register for the event at the following link: