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Breast pump at the office

Back to work while breastfeeding: Tips to stay on track

Posted Aug 3, 2015 ( comments)
Aug. 1-7 is World Breastfeeding Week. Read on for tips to keep up your breastfeeding schedule once you go back to work or school.Read Article arrow

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Pablove Shutterbugs profile: Dryden's birdbath reflections

Posted on Jul. 16, 2015 ( comments)

Pablove Shutterbugs student and pediatric cancer patient Dryden Shirks shares the story behind her photo.

Pablove Shutterbugs profile: Hanna and the mysterious bubbles

Posted on Jul. 9, 2015 ( comments)
Hyundai Hope On Wheels

Mary Bridge Children's Foundation receives $50,000 grant from Hyundai

Posted on Jul. 7, 2015 ( comments)

Hyundai has awarded Mary Bridge Children’s Foundation a $50,000 Hyundai Hope On Wheels Impact Award to help fund pediatric cancer research and programs.


Don't let me see you for colon cancer

Posted on Mar. 12, 2015 ( comments)

Remember March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month and do what you can to prevent this disease.

Basking in the rays and saying 'merci' to Marie Curie

Posted on Oct. 30, 2014 ( comments)
Kathleen Merryman

A close-to-home breast cancer journey

Posted on Oct. 20, 2014 ( comments)
Angela Calhoun
Natalie Xu cancer doctor

MultiCare offers expanded breast care program

Posted on Oct. 9, 2014 ( comments)
MultiCare has started a Comprehensive Breast Care Program for women who live in South King County.

Climbing mountains to raise money for mammograms

Posted on Aug. 12, 2014 ( comments)
Pharmacy Oncology Research

MultiCare, Virginia Mason create cancer-research consortium

Posted on Aug. 6, 2014 ( comments)
The National Cancer Institute has awarded a $4.2 million, five-year grant for research.          
Kathleen Merryman

Tacoma newspaper columnist documenting her journey with cancer

Posted on Mar. 24, 2014 ( comments)

Longtime and much-loved Tacoma newspaper columnist Kathleen Merryman, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in December, is documenting her treatment in a series of stories she calls, “The Lucky Woman's Guide to Breast Cancer.” Though there is no good kind of cancer, Merryman explains, her cancer is the least bad, which is why she describes herself as lucky.