Posts Tagged: breast cancer


What You Should Know About Breast Cancer

To close out Breast Cancer Awareness month, we reached out to a few Pacific Medical Center care providers with some important questions we could all


Moving Mountains

A breast cancer diagnosis fueled Dr. Kristin Anderson to literally and figuratively climb mountains.

Breast cancer survivor Nancy Rowe with dsughter and South South staff writer Shelby Rowe Moyer

Breast Cancer's Grip

Just over a year ago, my mom called to tell me she had been diagnosed with stage III breast cancer.

Life Goes On

After Treatment Ends, Life Goes On

Even after chemotherapy is over many feel lasting effects of cancer treatment.

breast cancer research

Cancer Research Saved My Mom’s Life

Incremental advancements in breast cancer research are saving thousands, including my mom.

My mom was diagnosed with breast cancer in October 2016, and through our mother-daughter Q&A, she explains her emotional experience.

My Mom's Journey Through Breast Cancer

Through a mother-daughter Q&A, a local shares her emotional experience with cancer treatment.

My mom and I in Tacoma. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in October 2016 and is finishing treatment in December

A Pink Rose: Breast Cancer's Grip

Installment one of a four-part series recounts a daughter's perspective of her mother's cancer.


Guidelines for Better Breast Health

If detected and treated early, breast cancer is a highly curable disease.


Living Pink Pageant

Join the fight against breast cancer.


The Fair Gives Back

Register for the Do the Puyallup Walk to Beat Breast Cancer.

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