The ulcer-inducing clueless (or just mean) client who makes impossible demands. The avalanche of work following a 40-day lull. Five deadlines on the very same day. Wishing you could clone yourself or at least your fingers and brain… These are the everyday challenges of your average freelance translator.
Is it any wonder that so many of us live in perennial fear of the big C?
Recent data suggests 1 in 2 people will develop cancer at some point in their lifetime. Risk factors include stress, an unhealthy diet (who has time to cook with a deadline breathing down your neck?), a sedentary lifestyle (leave my computer? Now?!), etc., ad nauseum. At the same time, cancer has become a curable disease.
Are you up-to-date with all the new technologies and tests that will save you from becoming a statistic? Or is personal health something that ends up on the back burner?
We have the privilege of inviting Dr. Shintaro Kondo, author of the 『医者がマンガで教える 日本一まっとうながん検診の受け方、使い方』（日経BP社）manga book on cancer screening (rough title: “The most reasonable way to be screened for cancer”) to speak to JAT on cutting edge screening methods for cancer. (His book will be on sale at the venue)
The human lifespan is fast approaching 3 figures and medicine is making enormous progress. We invite you to brush up your understanding of how to keep yourself healthy.
We’ll be holding a networking dinner after the event. Please join us for one or both events!
When: Sunday, February 24, 2019. Room opens at 1:30 p.m. Presentation from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. followed by Q&A from 3:30 to 4:00 p.m.
Where: T's Shibuya Flag Conference Center, Room 8I
Admission: 3000 yen for JAT members, 4000 yen for non-members. Sign up here:
As the human life span approaches a century, how do we stay healthy?
Are you checking the results of your physical exam?
These are numbers to watch out for, by age.
The big C
The 10 most common cancers among Japanese
What types of cancer are on the rise?
Young women at risk: Breast and cervical cancer.
The many faces of cancer screening
Barium Swallow vs Endoscopy
How to drink without upping your risk of disease
Decreases in H. Pylori infections lead to an increase in XX cancers.
About the Presenter:
Shintaro Kondo, PhD in medicine. Gastrointestinal Specialist.
Born in Tokyo in 1972, Shintaro Kondo graduated from the School of Medicine, Hokkaido University and the Graduate School of Medicine and Faculty of Medicine, The University of Tokyo. He then worked for Japanese Red Cross Medical Center, The University of Tokyo Hospital, Sanno Medical Center (as the director of endoscopy), and Clintexe Clinic (as the clinic director). Just recently, he has opened his own clinic, Shintaro Kondo Clinic. His most recently published book is 『医者がマンガで教える 日本一まっとうながん検診の受け方、使い方』(日経BP社）.