Charity begins at home and Dr. Lucile Adams-Campbell got the message, loud and clear. The native Washingtonian, and lifelong resident, has devoted her career to…
October is designated as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This awareness is represented by a pink ribbon and pink items. The Pink Ribbon is recognized as a symbol of support for breast cancer issues, treatment and especially for finding a cure. More importantly, the key motivational spirit behind the Pink Ribbon movement, is to make […]
When a parent has a serious illness, children hurt, too. The American Cancer Society estimates that about a third of patients with cancer have school-aged or adolescent children. Fortunately, a host of resources are available to help parents help their kids. First and foremost, tell your children the truth. If children aren’t told the truth, […]
Do you want to lend your support in honor of a loved one who has breast cancer? When you google breast cancer awareness, a list of events, programs and information appears on your computer screen.