During the month of October, spreading breast cancer awareness is of utmost importance. We encourage you to undergo your annual mammogram and be proactive about your breast health. While mammograms and ultrasounds are both effective breast imaging tests, MRI’s play an important role in screening for breast cancer. Let’s take a closer look at how our favorite imaging test is used to fight breast cancer.
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We all know someone who has had cancer. It’s a disease that impacts so many people’s lives, it’s something that we all try and avoid. Yet, the chances of a person getting cancer in their lifetime are higher than ever. Everyone wants to lessen their risk for developing cancer, and the time to start is now.
Breast cancer awareness month is usually focused on gaining momentum to help fight breast cancer using fundraisers, contests, and other ways to raise money to fund research. However, one aspect of breast cancer that is sometimes pushed to the side during this month is how to support people who are already going through it. It can be a tricky ocean to navigate when someone you are close to tells you they have breast cancer, but here are 5 excellent ways to show your support for them. Continue reading article>
The American College of Radiology recently composed a list of guidelines to follow when considering a breast MRI. “Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the breast is a useful tool for the detection and characterization of breast disease, assessment of local extent of the disease, evaluation of treatment response, and guidance for biopsy and localization.” Continue reading article>
Who doesn’t like drinking wine and spending money? On February 5, you get so much more at this exciting For the Girls event: A Night of Pink Stars.
For the Girls in Norfolk helps the fight against breast cancer in the entire northeast Nebraska area. Tickets and auction proceeds go to helping the cause.
For a $30 ticket, you can enjoy three hours (5:30pm-8:30pm) of wine tasting, hors d’oeuvres, entertainment, and auctioning. Tickets can be purchased for the February 5th event at Insurance Associates. Please call (402) 371-0792 or email…
Jacque Genovese at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or Mary Alt at email@example.com
Or Diane Brennan at firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope to see you at the Norfolk City Auditorium the night of the event! Click the photo for specific details.