Ashlee Payne Jenkins was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer at the age of 45.
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For more than a year now, Americans have put regular healthcare needs on hold. While it may seem safer to skip scheduled checkups to avoid exposure to the virus, regular mammography screenings remain vitally important to reduce the risk of advanced-stage cancer.
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.
Karen Morning Roseboro, chief officer for choice and magnet schools for Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools, is celebrating four years as a breast cancer survivor, and her journey began with her first-ever mammogram at the age of 40.
The Duke Endowment is helping address nurse burnout.
Amy Maher has found passion in the potential to help more donors make an impact in her new role.
Sharon Harrington discusses the profound impact of planned giving
During times of need, people come together to do incredible things.
Aaron Condon: Why men’s health matters as a father