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Ellen Shaw de Paredes Breast Cancer Foundation will host its 3rd Annual 'Rise & Shine For Hope Breakfast'

RICHMOND, Va – Norah Lind, M.Ed., PH.D, Executive Director at Ellen Shaw de Paredes Breast Cancer Foundation, shared information for the 3rd Annual ‘Rise & Shine For Hope Breakfast.’ This event looks to carry on the mission of Founder  Ellen Shaw de Paredes to make the early detection of breast cancer a possibility for all women by providing access to care for women who are turned away by other programs. 53 more words

Virginia This Morning

Are You at Risk for Colorectal Cancer?

March is Colon-Rectal Cancer Awareness Month! Too many of my friends, relatives, patients, and clients have been affected by this disease. March 5th was National Colon Cancer Day. 884 more words

10 Early Signs of Dementia

As people age it is natural that they become somewhat forgetful or disorganized in certain areas of their life. It is also normal that they do not function on the same level as they once did. 266 more words

Is it dementia or just normal ageing? New test will help doctors identify if you are at risk of memory problems

A new scoring test to determine who is most at risk of developing memory problems will help doctors spot the signs of dementia, scientists said today. 213 more words

According to Paul MacKoul MD, Early Detection is Essential for Women Who Have High Risk Factors for Endometrial Cancer

Endometrial cancer is the most common type of uterine cancer. It develops from the endometrium, the lining of the uterine cavity. It is one of the most common gynecologic cancers in women. 345 more words

Glaucoma Week-My Miracle Week:How I got my Surgery

It’s almost a year and a half since I was diagnosed with Glaucoma. It’s unbelievable how fast time flies. I realized recently that I have never told you my faithful readers how I ended up getting my miraculous surgery. 1,859 more words

Glaucoma In Kenya

Two Out Of 3 People Diagnosed With Cancer Survive 5 Years Or More

The report found that the most common cancer sites continue to be cancers of the prostate (128 cases per 100,000 men), female breast (122 cases per 100,000 women), lung and bronchus (61 cases per 100,000 persons), and colon and rectum (40 cases per 100,000 persons). 160 more words