COVID-19 Can’t Tame Warrior Spirit

By Heather Sessions At 56-years old, Ginger Hanson was enjoying life – spending time with her family and two grown sons, visiting her lake house, and running her antique shop. But, life as she knew it suddenly changed when she received unsettling news: stage 3 breast cancer. On top of her unexpected diagnosis, Hanson found [Continue Reading]

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Breast Cancer Patient’s Fight Continues Despite COVID-19 Pandemic

By Heather Sessions When Chealci Eddins found a lump in her breast during a self-exam in the shower last September, she wasn’t too worried. A young wife and mother, she had just finished her master’s degree and had plans to earn her Ph.D. She never dreamed at age 27  she would be diagnosed with stage [Continue Reading]

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Battling Male Breast Cancer at 90 Years Old: Ray’s Story

By Drew Munhausen At 90 years old, Ray Voelker has had his share of routine health challenges. But in In July 2019, Voelker received a diagnosis he didn’t see coming: breast cancer. “I was blessed that I hadn’t experienced many serious health problems for most of my 90 years,” Voelker said. “I try to stay [Continue Reading]

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Rusti’s 75 Reasons to Celebrate During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

By Shannon Dillon Phyllis “Rusti” Stover has a lot to celebrate this October. On the 26th, surrounded by her daughter, Andrea, and a sister who is coming to visit from Michigan, she’s planning a weekend getaway of fun venues in celebration of her 75th birthday.   In Stover’s opinion, life has been quite a journey [Continue Reading]

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Helping Families Cope with Cancer

By Drew Munhausen Canopy is a unique cancer survivorship center located at Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center. Kate Mahan, a licensed professional counselor, is an added complimentary resource available to Canopy guests who is shedding additional light on her work in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month. “I am honored to work with survivors, [Continue Reading]

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