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Healthy You! 5 Things You Can Do to Reduce Your Risk for Breast Cancer

No one thing has been proven to prevent breast cancer or keep it from recurring. However, there are five things you can do to improve…

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Can I inherit breast cancer?

When a family has a history of cancer, it’s natural to wonder about the chance of inheriting any type of cancer. A genetic counselor like…

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Come “Play for Kay” With Free Ticket

Baptist team members who are breast cancer survivors can enjoy complimentary tickets for the Feb. 18 Memphis Tigers Women’s basketball game against Tulane. The “Play for…

Hitting the pavement for breast cancer

The 2017 Race for the Cure led many Baptist team members to the streets. While fundraising continues for another week, congratulations are in order for…

Race for the Cure

Join the Baptist team for the 2017 Memphis-MidSouth Race for the Cure on Saturday, October 28th. Sign up: http://bpt.st/2wYtbv0

"Let's talk about breast cancer" seminar

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and an ideal time to discuss your personal risks and the latest advancements in breast cancer detection. During…

Living Beyond Breast Cancer conference

Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC), the national organization serving more than half a million people a year with trusted information and a community of support,…

Living Beyond Breast Cancer Conference

Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC), the national organization serving more than half a million people a year with trusted information and a community of support,…

The Race is On!

Join the Baptist team on Saturday, Oct. 28, to support the fight against breast cancer at the 24th annual Susan G. Komen Memphis-MidSouth Race for…

Baptist Cancer Center Lung Screening Programs Pioneering New Treatment Hopes

Every day, patients like Marthanne Maroney face decisions about their health, largely based on symptoms and the results of tests done to evaluate them. But…