A small lump under Eva Horner’s arm led to over a year of treatments for breast cancer. Throughout surgery, chemotherapy and radiation, this Hudson woman embraced life and was confident that she would get better.
The reason that Karen Rene never skips her mammogram is simple. The woman who gives her the test every year at Sanford Health Jamestown cared enough to explain why this screening was essential to her health.
Yvonne Lee never gave up hope that she could treat her breast cancer, says her son, Dr. John Lee. Sanford’s biobank will allow patients like his mother to get world-class treatments and care, close to home, the cancer researcher says.
Sanford Researcher David Pearce knows what it’s like to lose a loved one to breast cancer. This leading expert in childhood genetic disease explains how the Sanford Health BioBank will unlock the answers to breast cancer treatments and eventually a cure.
Donna Dwire first met radiologist Thomas Cink when she was being diagnosed with breast cancer. Learn how the doctor and his colleagues at the Breast Health Institute both healed her and inspired her to become a patient navigator.