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Planned Parenthood 012118
AN INTERVIEW WITH ADRIENNE QUINTANA, CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER FROM PLANNED PARENTHOOD COLUMBIA WILLAMETTE ABOUT THE SERVICES THEY OFFER AND GENERAL SEXUAL HEALTH TOPICS.
as TI treatment. And screening. Ally HIV confidential HIV testing. We offer cervical cancer screening and treatment. And we're happy to announce that we are now delivering transgender hormonal provision and Pratt. Pre exposure prophylaxis for
Carmona provision to transgender patients to providing those lifesaving cervical and breast cancer screenings and and treatment. 41 cervical cancer treatment that we do. For those annual well visits where we do pap smears that contest for for precancerous cells those are
American Cancer Society
A discussion with Barbara Sanders, from the American Cancer Society, and Mary Lou Burton, from Bravo! Wedding & Event, about the incredible work being done by ACS and the various events that are held to fund the fight against cancer , including the upcoming Bravo! Wedding Affair on Nov 11th at the Portland Art Museum. www.bravoweddingaffair.com www. cancer .org
daughter -- -- -- on October -- and she was diagnosed with cervical cancer . Two months after she planned her wedding last year. Highly viewed at this beautiful girl I am glad that everything in front of her and I he did not know her personally and I know her parents. But when somebody sent me her blog on her FaceBook where she talked about life being. I'm a cupcake and how she was gonna fight this cancer and it was gonna take her down and she was connect. I disagree so. -- -- and again that I went oh
Relay For Life
A discussion with Whitney Welches about the Relay For Life fundraisers, specifically the Milwaukie relay, including what happens on the day and how you can donate and/or get involved. www.relayforlife.org
peer. Traffic and she doesn't tube. I should say okay less it's cervical cancer and it actually and it expects spreading -- now. -- for a cancer theater a couple months to -- -- about a year hashed through every year since then that was our first year. You
Breast Cancer Awareness
Iris Harrison discusses awareness of women’s cancer causes with Dr. Will Winter, the guitarist for N.E.D.(No Evidence of Disease), as well as their upcoming album and benefit concert.
been -- fantastic support. For us as well natural and it was cancer there was had a clutch -- seriously started -- actually is eighteen current or endometrial cancer awareness to realize quickly that ovarian -- aren't. And cervical cancer urged that. Not a women's cancers needed attention as well did not just enemy troops cancer which is actually the most common. Gynecology cancer we have been working together right now we are the awareness campaign as the band and our goal and our mission is
Women's Cancer Awareness
Iris Harrison discusses awareness of women's cancer causes with Dr. Will Winter, the guitarist for N.E.D.(No Evidence Of Disease), as well as their upcoming album and benefit concert.
established the NE DER no evidence of disease fund at the gynecology cancer foundation which at this time is actually -- -- Are organizations that that we're we're housing all these proceeds from the anonymous or make in public office. We just love doing it and all this money is going basically for women's cancer awareness outreach. And women's cancer research in these kind of crazy economic times it's very hard to get enough funding for. And women's -- or any cancer research much less women's cancer research which tends to take a backseat. Young backup when I say women's cancer and K we're not talking about. Breast cancer were actually it was is a woman's cancer obviously. But this is sort of the lesser known women's cancers like ovarian cancer cervical cancer endometrial cancer The -- take a backseat to breast cancer which you know. Rightly so as is the number one in a cancer female cancer killer -- take a backseat and so are. Idea was let's get this on the let's make no evidence of disease something
in the second half has basically. A -- guide for each individual cancer that we take care of and that sort of thing. -- fits the cliff notes of gynecology cancer and it's great. And so we wanted you know to go what -- what is this this is the six doctors -- kidding me and gynecology -- as well you know oops I forgot my pap smear and this says that's the way that I can you know. I can you know catch that you server or prevent cervical cancer number one or catch it early and incurable state. And so that's our that's our goal and that's a special thing about
American Cancer Society
A discussion with Amy Theberge of the American Cancer Society about their Making Strides Against Breast Cancer campagin and the fashion event at Paul Mitchell The School, that will benefit them.
cycle a bit more about. What we did making strides against breast cancer campaign is all about. Yeah lol like it says it is a box but you're right it's more of a campaign because we have events so where -- Events all year round and we it's just strive to continue to educate people. All of our many of basically of the way the American cancer society of money is is. Four different things that education and advocate the research and patient services so the money raised a lot of money that's raised from making strides actually stays in our community and goes to things like funding. Breast cancer -- cervical cancer screenings and our community giving making sure everyone is able to get a mammogram. And although that there's such a preventative. Things like that and so we don't want to write up -- cancer prevention and early detection information and she does help ensure all women have access to -- to follow up care and then continue to provide free programs and services to improve. The quality of life for people who have breast cancer or could possibly have breast cancer in the future. -- seems as though you know I know more more people over the years especially as I get older that are affected by breast cancer we're kind of numbers are we talking about in the northwest. Well the northwest actually really -- we have the highest rates