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  • Top 10 Reasons to Get a Mammogram 10/26/2016

    Mammograms save lives. While several reports this past year created some confusion about mammograms, several facts remain certain.

  • 5 Questions with Betsy Rice, Nurse Navigator 10/17/2016

    Meet Betsy Rice, Nurse Navigator. Learn more about her background and what inspires her to work with those with cancer.

  • Ovarian Cancer and Your Sex Life 10/14/2016

    When bringing the spark back into your relationship during or after ovarian cancer treatment, you might have many emotions & challenges. Here are ways to cope.

  • Painting the Town Pink: Raising Breast Cancer Awareness 10/6/2016

    Every year in October, we see cities, towns and communities in our area, decked out in pink in support of national Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Play a role!

  • The Facts About Ovarian Cancer 10/6/2016

    Ovarian cancer is sporadic. Unfortunately, this means we haven’t yet determined the cause. But your chances become greater at fighting it when diagnosed early.

  • HPV: Your Questions, Answered. 9/15/2016

    As parents, we all want to keep our teens safe and healthy. Is your son or daughter aware of HPV? Here are a few talking points.

  • New Guidelines for Patients with DCIS 8/30/2016

    Recently, a consensus statement was released with new guidelines for women with DCIS. What does this mean?

  • 10 Reasons to Breastfeed 8/19/2016

    Are you trying to decide whether the bottle or breast is best? Here’s how both you and baby can benefit from nursing.

  • In Breast Cancer Care, Choose Wisely 7/29/2016

    It's important to avoid creating unnecessary side effects, but we also never want to undertreat cancer. Use these guidelines when talking with your doctor.

  • Sleep and Breast Cancer: What’s the Link? 4/25/2016

    We all know that a lack of sleep can make us irritable and impair our function, but even the loss of the one hour of sleep as a result of “springing forward” has been shown to have detrimental effects.

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