‘You’re going to be OK.’
Category Archives: Forsyth
Bridges to Health Care offer powerful opportunities.
Mobility program, a dictionary and endless grit got her on path to being an RN.
Clinical trials and a team of cancer experts that’s close to home.
Chaplain Charles “Chan” Shaver has a heart for palliative patient care.
A cancer diagnosis is a shock to the system, bringing with it a slew of fears and unknowns.
Ashlee Payne Jenkins was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer at the age of 45. She’s always been a go-getter, and she approached cancer the same way: “Let’s get this done.”
For more than a year now, Americans have put regular healthcare needs on hold.
She was 42 years old at the time of her diagnosis — a successful financial adviser and a married mother of two girls, ages 11 and 14. She had the life she thought she wanted. Then, she found a lump and was thrust into a battle with stage 2 breast cancer.
Join us on Thursday, Oct. 21 from 4-7 pm for a Cornhole Competition to help raise money to provide mammograms for women in our community.