MemorialCare Long Beach Medical Center employees came together in an effort to raise awareness of breast cancer, remember loved ones lost and encourage those who continue to fight, at the “Hope Liv
In 1997, Sharon was diagnosed with cancer for the first time at 44-years-old. Sharon regularly had routine mammograms because both her mother and grandmother had breast cancer.
If you happen to walk in the front entrance of MemorialCare Saddleback Medical Center on a Tuesday morning, the first friendly face you’ll see behind the front desk is Jean Mastropietro’s.
When Los Angeles Police Department officer Theresa Skinner, 53, isn’t patrolling Venice Beach, she’s swimming laps and camping all over the United States with her closest friends.
Cancer has a way of disrupting someone’s life.