Public Health Film Series: Absolutely Safe

  • September 17, 2013
  • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Coffman Memorial Union Theater

Calling all film fans! A special screening of Absolutely Safe kicks off the new School of Public Health Film Series for 2013-2014, in conjunction with the SPH Diversity Matters Series. A discussion and Q&A led by the filmmaker, Carol Ciancutti-Leyva, and "Our Bodies Ourselves" co-founder, Judy Norsigian, follows the screening.

FREE | Open to the campus and community

5:00 PM  Doors open; Free refreshments provided by Holy Land

5:30 PM  Screening of Absolutely Safe 

7:00 PM  Post film discussion

*Registration is requested in order for guests to take a short, pre-screening survey. An online survey will be sent to all registered guests prior to the screening.


For more details and to register, visit:

Don't miss this 83-minute documentary about the controversy over breast implant safety. Inspired by Audrey Ciancutti's, the filmmaker's mother, experience of being diagnosed with breast tumors, having a double mastectomy, getting breast implants, then having those implants rupture causing her health to decline, the film "is the story of everyday women who find themselves and their breasts in the tangled and confusing intersection of health, money, science, and beauty." Learn more.

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