BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF NORTH DAKOTA October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Its that time of the year when you see pink. Pink blenders, pink cookbooks, pink pie dishes as well as fund-raising walks are familiar signs that October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
In... Posted on 10/25/13 at 1:44 PM
THE NEW FORTY I will not fight this battle - at least not today.
On Tuesday morning I received a call from Sanford about my mammogram images that were taken on Monday. There was a concern about something they saw on the images and they wanted me to come in for anot... Posted on 10/24/13 at 10:14 PM
DOING IT DOWNTOWN Bedazzled bras battle breast cancer
Jessica Jasperson, MSUM Mass Communications and English Major
Fargo, N.D. The second annual BRAzaar event took place at the Civic Center in Downtown Fargo on Oct. 3, where the community came toget... Posted on 10/21/13 at 7:42 AM
MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY MOORHEAD Events honor breast cancer awareness month
MSUM is hosting two events this week in honor of breast cancer awareness month.
Bling Out Your Bra:
Tonight at 7 p.m. in the MSUM Comstock Memorial Union, MSUMs Students Today Leaders Forever (STLF)... Posted on 10/16/13 at 4:20 PM
HEALTHBEAT 5 things to think about before you pink
October is upon us, and the pink reminders that this is Breast Cancer Awareness Month seem more prolific than the autumn leaves scattering from the trees.
Here's another reminder: Consumer beware. Ju... Posted on 10/10/13 at 10:44 AM
GRAND FORKS – The University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences is conducting clinical trials aimed at determining the most effective means of prevention and early detection of breast cancer.
Doctors say be more selective with treatment of tumors, chemo WASHINGTON – D.J. Soviero wanted the least treatment that would beat back her small, early-stage breast cancer, but her first doctor insisted she had only one option: tumor removal followed by radiation and chemotherapy.
Lauran Neergaard, AP Medical Writer
, June 21, 2010
WASHINGTON – Women in their 40s should stop routinely having annual mammograms and older women should cut back to one scheduled exam every other year, an influential federal task force has concluded, challenging the use of one of the most common medical tests.
Rob Stein, The Washington Post
, November 17, 2009
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