“How do you train your staff and nurses to be so kind?”
Stories for Breast Care
Lauren Speegle personifies the word “busy.” She’s a high school math teacher, a tutor, a cheer team advisor and a mother of two young children. With every hour of the day being filled with a task, it would be easy for her to ignore reminders of her doctor appointments. But she never does, because at just 36 years of age, Lauren is a colon cancer survivor.
August 2013 started as a normal month for Toni Knox-Smith. She was spending time with her husband and her two children.
More than 300 community members showed their support for the Women Guiding Women: Cancer Support & Education Program, part of the MemorialCare Todd Cancer Institute at Long Beach Memorial, at t
Tich's proactive perspective on breast cancer screening