• By LEONARD WOOLSEY
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Some of you are probably wondering why The Daily News’ print edition nameplate — normally printed in black ink — is pink today. If so, then we’re already raising awareness about National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

  • By BRONWYN TURNER
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Stella Lucas had driven taxis, ridden cross-country on the back of a motorcycle and lived a life she unabashedly described as “all over the place.”

  • By Angelica Robinson
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As the director of breast imaging at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, I am often asked to give public talks during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

  • UTMB Public Affairs
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UTMB investigators have found that the older the surgeon and the smaller the surgical facility, the more likely a woman would end up undergoing an expensive surgical procedure when a simple needle biopsy is now the recommended protocol.

  • By Helen Waller Appelberg
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During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, many of us who have survived other types of cancer have realized that we share a common bond.

  • By Doreen Hughes
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Due to national organizations such as the Susan G. Komen Foundation, coupled with local grass root efforts such as Santa Fe Chamber Women in Business Bra Dazzle, women are gathering together and organizing groups that provide educational resources, support and awareness of breast cancer.

  • UTMB Public Affairs
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At the UTMB Breast Health and Imaging Center at Victory Lakes, a multi-disciplinary, highly skilled team of breast care specialists provides the most comprehensive and compassionate diagnostic and therapeutic service possible, all in one comfortable, convenient setting.

  • By Victor S. Sierpina
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Here’s the combination, whether you are trying to prevent cancer or are one of the 14 million cancer survivors here in the U.S.: 0, 5, 10, 30, 150.

  • UTMB Public Affairs
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Dr. Angelica Robinson is a woman on a mission: She wants to take breast cancer screening services on the road to as many underserved women in the community as she can possibly reach.

  • By Dolly Warren
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Everyone knows someone who has or has had breast cancer. It wasn’t so evident 14 years ago when the idea of D’Feet Breast Cancer started.

  • UTMB Public Affairs
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UTMB, together with Susan G. Komen and Reconstruction of a Survivor, support monthly Breast Cancer Support Group sessions.

  • By Bronwyn Turner
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Stella Turrubiate, an oncology nurse, has worked at the University of Texas Medical Branch Breast Health and Imaging Center since 2010. Her official title now is “patient navigator.”

  • By Bronwyn Turner
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Patients outline the ups and downs of breast cancer treatment.