Celebrating Women’s History Month: Michelle Hanna’s Courage Through Multiple Storms

By Hannah Pietsch In 1991, Michelle Hanna was a busy young mom. Her husband owned his own business, and Hanna managed their retail store while caring for two young sons until a June evening changed the course of her life. “I was going to a friend’s house when a drunk driver hit me from behind,” [Continue Reading]

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Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month: An Important Reminder to Schedule Your Screening

Colorectal cancer is found in the colon or rectum and typically develops from abnormal growths known as polyps. It’s also the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths and the third most common cancer diagnosed in the United States for men and women according to the American Cancer Society, yet many don’t recognize that it’s one [Continue Reading]

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This Is the Year to Quit

By: Drew Munhausen Every year on the third Thursday of November, the American Cancer Society encourages smokers to participate in the Great American Smokeout by quitting tobacco. According to the American Cancer Society, by quitting – even just for a day – tobacco users take an important step toward a healthier life and help reduce their risk of developing [Continue Reading]

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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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