For Carla Dawson, healthcare is both a calling and a career. As chief people officer for Texas Health Resources, she leads HR area for the system that supports the over 24,000 employees who provide care
A family history of breast cancer solidified one woman's priority to get regular mammograms, even in a pandemic -- and it may have saved her life.
Between carpool, last-minute science projects, that load of laundry that keeps piling up, or pulling the team together during the last leg of a big work project, as a woman, there can be plenty of
Ask Renee Jones this question and you will get a very personal answer: “Because it could save your life. A 3D mammogram caught my breast cancer early so I could begin treatment quickly and have
Every October we celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness month, a chance to celebrate survivors, mourn loved ones, encourage those who are still fighting and raise overall awareness of the disease. While it is well known that
It’s awkward. It’s uncomfortable. I can’t afford it. My family doesn’t have a history of breast cancer. Is a mammogram really that important? During October, women’s health organizations band together for Breast Cancer Awareness Month,
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New guidelines from the American Cancer Society (ACS) recommend later, less frequent mammograms for most women. What does this mean for you? On Oct. 20, the ACS released new guidelines for breast cancer screening for women
In the past year, celebrities including Angelina Jolie have shined a spotlight on the gene mutations linked to breast cancer by sharing their own experiences. If you have a family history of breast cancer, you