CLEVELAND — Editor's note: The video above is from a previous story about Cleveland Clinic cancer research.
Cleveland Clinic has announced that a free community health fair will be held later this month that will check men and women 18 years and older for health related issues on-site.
The health fair will be held at Cleveland Clinic's main campus in the Crile building lobby (2049 E 100th St A Bldg, Cleveland) on Thursday, September 22 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
According to Cleveland Clinic, the health fair will be open to all genders with a "focus on serving our underserved and minority communities. The Community Health Fair will provide various health screenings to help address the unique needs of our Black/African American, Latinx and LGBTQ communities. The event includes education on many health concerns and screenings for prostate cancer, diabetes, high cholesterol, hepatitis C and other conditions."
Masks will be required and social distancing will be encouraged. Cleveland Clinic asks attendees to register online at ClevelandClinic.org/chf.
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