“I want women to know that self-care is more than a massage day or a rest day. Self-care is about going to those really hard appointments that are uncomfortable, like your gynecology exams.”
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The USA Health Mitchell Cancer Institute invites everyone to wear teal and white for cervical cancer awareness on Friday, Jan. 19.
“We are proud to be the inspiration for this new pilot project that has the potential to significantly impact postpartum outcomes and save more lives,” said Vicki Curtis, M.S.N., RN, chief nursing officer.
“We have gotten really good at taking care of patients when they come into the hospital, but the recovery of patients and the prevention of diseases are about involving the person and the community.”
Hosted by the USA Health Mitchell Cancer Institute, the event was a celebration of breast cancer awareness.
“To address race-associated prostate cancer disparities, it is important first to understand how tumors from different races differ in their biology and molecular landscape,” said Ajay Singh, Ph.D.
On April 14, Alabama will observe “Light up Alabama Red.” The RSA buildings in Mobile and Montgomery and the lights at the entrance of Regions Field will be illuminated in red to highlight Oral Cancer Awareness Month.
In 2022, an estimated 14,100 new cases of invasive cervical cancer were diagnosed in the United States, according to the American Cancer Society.
At USA Health Children’s & Women’s Hospital, positive influenza cases have risen from 51 in September to 745 in October and 138 in just the first three days of November.
Jennifer Young Pierce, M.D., M.P.H., will give an oral presentation outlining the results of a study that looked at positive results of cancer survivors who participated in culinary medicine classes.