Photo Gallery of our 2017 Brave & Beautiful honorees captured throughout our gathering day at Belden Village Mall and Gervasi Vineyard. Presented by Mercy Medical Center.
Exercise helps keep a body healthy and lowers risk of some diseases. For women with cancer, physical activity can do many things, including control weight, improve mood, boost energy, increase sleep and be fun and social—as long as exercise is done safely.
Thanksgiving and Christmas didn't hold their usual joy for Allison in 2016. Two mammograms and an ultrasound had come back inconclusively, and she was scheduled for a biopsy in early January.
A life of medical expertise didn't prepare Gayle for the phone call that changed her life. Gayle Smith is funny, smart and accomplished. She has an infectious laugh, the kind that, when you hear it, you know it can’t be anyone else.
Renee Salter says she's proof that you can beat breast cancer if you detect it early and follow your doctor's treatment orders.
For Sarah, the joy to recovering her health has reached the other side. With support from her family, Mercy Medical Center and the students she serves at Jackson Local Schools, Butler, a monitor at Jackson Middle School and for the school’s bus system, completed her treatments in April.
Our greatest gratitude goes to Mercy Medical Center, who, for the third year, has made this crucial publication possible. Mercy is committed to helping you take charge of your breast health, offering comprehensive screening and diagnostic services for women and men through a coordinated approach of an interdisciplinary team of radiologists, surgeons, pathologists, nurses and technologists.