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Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery

Breast Cancer Awareness

October is upon us! While the leaves begin to change to their beautiful reds and golds and we adorn our front steps with carved pumpkins, we cannot forget this is also the month for breast cancer awareness. Let every pink ribbon be a reminder to schedule your annual mammograms and to perform your regular self-examinations. […]

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Supporting Local Efforts

University of Maryland Memorial Hospital Foundation is pleased to announce their SECOND Annual Sporting Clays Classic, the proceeds from which will benefit the Wellness for Women program at the Comprehensive Breast Center at UM Shore Regional Health. The Sporting Clays Classic will be held on Saturday, June 11 at The Point at Pintail in Queenstown, MD. Participant […]

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Yoga for Women Cancer Survivors at Sibley

Yoga specifically geared towards women cancer survivors helps target specific muscles altered by breast surgery and reconstruction. The meditation and breathing aspects of this class are also key components in increasing relaxation and reducing stress during your chemotherapy treatments. Additionally, the class is a perfect way to meet other wonderful supporters on your journey to recovery. […]

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Helping Women with Cancer: Congratulations to Hans Kalset, 2015 Sunrise Award Winner!

Congratulations to Hans Kalset, of Eivind and Hans of Georgetown Spa and Salon, for winning the 2015 Sunrise Award for his steadfast volunteerism to the Look Good, Feel Better program. Hans works with cancer patients throughout the Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia area to guide them with their appearance while undergoing cancer treatment. By volunteering his […]

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Look Good, Feel Better- Free Beauty Sessions for Cancer Patients

Cancer treatment for breast cancer can be very difficult, however keep in mind there are many helpful professionals out there donating their services to guide us along the way. An inspiring national program called “Look Good, Feel Better” trains cosmotologists to give tips on appearance related changes (such as loss of skin color to the […]

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