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October 29, 2017

The Ist annual "Super Heroes Masquerade" at Blu Rose Art Bistro in Douglasville, Georgia was an awesome hit! Special thanks to Married to Medicine and the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity for all of your help. We raised around $400!

November 3, 2016

Many times in speaking with women in their career fields, we get questions regarding how and when you should take time off from your job or position. BreastCancer.org has some very in-depth, relevant information on this topic and we'd like to share it with you:  http:/...

November 1, 2016

On Saturday October 22nd, the team of Aveda stylists at Mill Town Salon joined together to support a local, west Georgia based breast cancer support organization, Hope for the Journey.  “Many of our clients are women, and we know the impact breast cancer support can ha...

March 24, 2016

 

"Although research shows improved absorption of nutrients when specific foods are parired, don't stress about picking the perfect combination at every meal. Ultimately, it's about consuming a colorful variety of nutrient-dense foods, such as fruits, vegetables, buts,...

December 11, 2015

 

In 2015, an estimated 231,840 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed among US women, as well as an estimated 60,290 additional cases of in situ breast cancer.

That year, approximately 40,290 US women are expected to die from breast cancer. Only lung canc...

December 11, 2015

 

 

In some women, DCIS turns into invasive breast cancer and sometimes an area of DCIS contains invasive cancer. In some women, though, the cells may never invade and remain localized within the ducts. If the cells don’t invade, DCIS cannot spread to lymph nodes or othe...

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