Margaret Martin, RD, MS, LDN
The whole country (or at least most of it) seems to have a love affair with bacon. Did you know that the average American eats 18lbs of bacon annually? People are getting really creative with bacon recipes like bacon donuts and bacon-infused whiskey.
Nicole L. Williams
The end of the year brings many reasons to celebrate and thank the people in your life, through gifts, cards, and gestures of warm wishes.
In December of 2000, then 43-year-old Anne Best was given the news that more than 200,000 American women receive each year; she had breast cancer. The wife of successful businessman and former Canadian National Team athlete J.
In July 2001, The Minnie Pearl Cancer Foundation shifted gears as a nonprofit that had its start in 1987 and opened its doors, literally, to direct services to support adults impacted by cancer. With our organization’s dedicated Board of Directors and staff, including oncology social workers an
Cancer Supportive Services
As the world anxiously awaits a resolution to the nuclear crisis emerging in Japan, the Internet has become a powerful channel for the sharing of fears, hopes, facts and fallacies around the impact of radiation’s effects on human health. For those who survived the 1945 bombings of Hiroshima an
Susan Earl Hosbach, CFRE
2010 was a year of incredible growth and success for The Minnie Pearl Cancer Foundation (MPCF). Our staff grew by 3 new team members to a total of 12 employees: 2 were added to our Cancer Supportive