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Why Do Some Racial Groups Get Screened Less for Breast Cancer?

Posted on · A new study form the Journal of the American College of Radiology says there are significant differences in breast cancer screening rates for racial groups in the U.S. Why? We discuss what’s being done on the local level to address screening deficiencies with Dorothy Gibbons, co-founder and CEO of The Rose, a breast health organization in Houston.

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Texas Water Issues, and Racial Disparities in Breast Cancer Screening: Wednesday’s Show (January 11, 2017)

Posted on · Later this month (Jan. 23-27, 2017), policymakers and conservationists will gather in Austin for the Water for Texas 2017 conference to discuss all things water-related in the state. One of the speakers at the event is Luke Metzger of Environment Texas. He tells us what his main concerns are related to water quality and supply […]

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What a Sea Snail Can Teach Us About the Side Effects of Chemotherapy

Posted on · Cancer patients who undergo chemotherapy are familiar with potential side effects, including what’s commonly known as “chemo brain” – some struggle to concentrate, or have memory problems during a course of chemotherapy. There are treatments to mitigate such effects, but mostly, patients just have to live with it until their treatment is over. A new study here […]

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Pink Ribbon House Open For Tours

Posted on · There's a new luxury home in the Memorial area that's getting lots of attention, even though, it's not for sale. It's this year's Pink Ribbon House. Every two years, a luxury home is built, and then parties and tours are given with the money going towards breast cancer research.