Thriving Through Cancer

Thriving Through Cancer

  Breast Cancer Saved My Life During a routine breast self exam in the shower, Lisa Bonanni, 54, found the pea-sized lump that would save her life. She saw her doctor, where she received not one, but two shocking diagnoses. Not only did she have stage 2 breast...

San Antonio Cancer Council

San Antonio Cancer Council

  The mission of the SA Cancer Council, a non-profit all-volunteer organization founded in 1984, is to support the Mays Cancer Center, home to UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson, in the fight against cancer by providing financial and volunteer resources for cancer...

San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium Goes Virtual for 2020

San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium Goes Virtual for 2020

Photo by © MedMeetingImages/Todd Buchanan For the 43rd consecutive year, the global breast cancer community’s eyes will be squarely on San Antonio this December. But just the eyes.The annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS), which normally draws more than...

Recent Developments in Breast Cancer Treatment

Recent Developments in Breast Cancer Treatment

Today, a woman in the U.S. has a one-in-eight chance of getting breast cancer in her lifetime. In fact, breast cancer is one of the two most common cancers in the world, according to the World Health Organization. With such a high occurrence of this type of cancer,...

The Benefits of Biking

The Benefits of Biking

The Benefits of Biking As a child, there was nothing in the world I loved more than hopping on my pink Barbie bike and cruising around my neighborhood, handlebar streamers flying in the wind. As an adult, cycling is still one of my favorite activities, and as both an...

‘A little awkward but mostly okay’

‘A little awkward but mostly okay’

  ‘A little awkward but mostly okay’ How San Antonio’s young women feel about their healthcare experiences   At what age did you have your first women's health visit? Did you go to an OB-GYN or did you visit your family doctor? Maybe you saw a pediatrician...

Are you having a stroke? Do you know how to tell?

Are you having a stroke? Do you know how to tell?

When Fred Sanford of the TV show “Sanford and Son," grabbed his chest, flailed about, yelling “This is the big one!”, it was obvious, he thought he was having a heart attack. Stroke victims may instead experience numbness on the left or right side. Perhaps, they have...

Liver Health?

Liver Health?

Yes! It’s really a thing. Before America got fat, a damaged liver was contributed to drinking. If someone had “cirrhosis of the liver,” well, they were probably an alcoholic. But now, doctors are monitoring the rise of fatty liver, or non-alcoholic fatty...

Putting Your Best Foot Forward

Putting Your Best Foot Forward

What to Know About Plantar Fasciitis Everyone likes to put their best foot forward, but that’s tough to do when your feet are in pain. To deal with the issue, you try to find the most comfortable shoes possible – soft and cushy – to make the pain go away. If your...

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