Saturday, March 8th, I spent the day with 700 people at a conference on “Breast Cancer Issues” sponsored by the Komen Foundation. The conference topics addressed: risk reduction, treatment options and survivorship.I attended seminars on integrative medicine, managing menopausal symptoms, survivorship for long term health, and myth busters.Some highlights to pass on are: Acupuncture may…Details
This morning I toured the new cancer tower here in Portland, Oregon. It is fabulous, bright and open, all clean and fresh and great views of the city. The Providence Cancer Tower is truly as they call it a Center of Hope.Integrative medicine, accupuncture, massage, a book store and lending library with internet access, a…Details
In 2004 the ratio of women who had a copay for their mammogram is 1 in 9. What this means is more women are not getting mammograms. Studies suggest that mammograms detect breast cancer at earlier and more curable stages and saves lives.
Welcome to Haralee’s Blog.I hope this blog will give some information and some insights about breast cancer and menopause.Here are some numbers to ponder:40,000 women in the USA will die this year from breast cancer. 200,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer.In 2001, 1 out of 200 women had a copay for a mammogram