Looking out into a “sea of pink” each year at the Rays of Hope – Walk and Run Toward the Cure of Breast Cancer, breast cancer surgeon Dr. Holly Mason says she is reminded how each woman’s cancer journey is different, from coping with her cancer diagnosis to making choices about treatment.
Greenfield-area residents who wish to participate in this year’s annual Rays of Hope – Walk and Run Toward the Cure of Breast Cancer in Springfield, can board the “Pink Party Bus” offering a complimentary ride to Springfield and back on Sunday, Oct. 25.
Question: If I decide to get the flu vaccine, am I too late and how long does it last?
It was just a regular day for Michele Silva, lead sonographer, Baystate Wing Hospital, when she called her next patient in for an ultrasound. Two boys followed the patient, and Silva noticed that one was having a hard time walking.
Q. Where does breast reconstruction fit in among women who require mastectomy after a cancer diagnosis?
Representatives of Baystate Franklin Medical Center will be presenting their Blood and Guts program on Friday, October 16, 6:30 – 8 pm at Erving Elementary School.
When it comes to successful fundraising for Rays of Hope, team captain Suzanne St. Germain of Wiggins Warriors says it is not just about raising dollars in October leading up to the walk and run on Oct. 25.
Baystate Wing Hospital is pleased to announce that Dr. Yolanda Lenzy, Board Certified Dermatologist ahas joined the medical staff and is now providing dermatology services once weekly at the Palmer Medical Center, located at 40 Wright Street in Palmer.
Ann Talarico, MBA, has recently joined Baystate Franklin Medical Center as the new program director for the Wound and Hyperbaric Medicine Center at Baystate Medical Practices in Greenfield.