Mammograms and Memories – Why I am so Lucky

While I am the token “healthy person” among the three of us that began Choose Hope, I am always mindful of how challenging it is to have mammograms, maybe because I know too much, or maybe because the ... Read more

10 Tips for National Cancer Prevention Month

The American Cancer Society estimates that 1,688,780 people were newly diagnosed with cancer in 2017. While that number may seem staggering, the good news is the number of people who die from cancer continues to decline, thanks to treatment advances ... Read more

Genetic and Environmental Factors That May Increase Breast Cancer Risk

According to the non-profit organization BreastCancer.org, the rate of breast cancer incidences in the United States has been steadily decreasing since 2000. Between 2002 and 2003, it dropped by 7%. Many experts theorize that one reason for the decline is the ... Read more

Colon Cancer Awareness Month – What You May Not Know

Did you know that the month of March brings awareness to Colorectal Cancer?  According to the American Cancer Society, colon cancer is the third most common type of cancer that affects Americans. Do You Know Your Risk Factors? ... Read more

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