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Support is an important piece of the breast cancer puzzle

Support is an important piece of the breast cancer puzzle

During the month of October, we tend to focus on the steps we can take to help prevent or reduce the risk of breast cancer. But what happens when someone you know receives a breast cancer diagnosis?

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Celebrating 5 Years Of Mayo Clinic Care Network Membership

Launched in 2011, the Mayo Clinic Care Network extends Mayo Clinic’s world-renowned expertise and creates meaningful relationships with high-quality organizations that make a positive impact on the lives of patients.

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Early detection saves lives

Early detection saves lives

The double sliding glass doors open and patients flood the waiting room and a remarkable sight is found: joy in the eyes and smiles on the faces of all those entering. In the air: a sense of connection and calmness between the patients and staff. St. Clair Hospital Breast Care Center has held free mammography events for our local community since 2014. The screening event is seasonal and typically occurs every April and September which leads up to October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. And this year, amidst a global pandemic presenting new and unique hardships for the communities it serves, St. Clair Health is particularly proud to host events like this for you.

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Why your annual health screenings can’t wait another day.

Why your annual health screenings can’t wait another day.

Fall weather is on the way, and with it will come cider festivals, hayrides, and evenings with friends around the fire pit. It’s a great time of year to enjoy the great outdoors while watching the leaves change colors and decorating for the fall season. It’s also a great time to get yourself ready for the generally less-active winter months ahead by scheduling a visit with your primary care physician.

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St. Clair’s Rooftop Garden Provides for South Hills Community

St. Clair’s Rooftop Garden Provides for South Hills Community

An Insider’s Look at St. Clair’s Rooftop Garden

Next time you visit St. Clair Health’s main campus, take a minute to look up. On top of one of the hospital’s lower roofs, near the physician parking lot, there’s a small garden of containers filled to the brim with tomatoes, peppers, and cooking herbs. It may not look like much, but this humble garden has helped put fresh produce on the tables of many local South Hills families.

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