In Hebrew, charity is tzedakah, which comes from the biblical word for justice. Giving charity is akin to doing justice and the Bible tells us that “justice, and only justice, you shall pursue”.Read More
“But it hurts! I won’t go!,” retorts Jill in her annual custom. “You’re only squeezed for seconds. It won’t hurt that bad,” comes the quick and customary reply.Read More Breast, Breast cancer, Breast cancer screening, Breast MRI, Cancer, Journal of Clinical Oncology, Magnetic resonance imaging, Mammography
For me, every day when I wake up is a good day. When my eyes open, I arise and I thank my Lord for the blessing of a beautiful and loving husband and the blessing of four healthy, intelligent, creative children.Read More American Cancer Society, BRCA mutation, Breast cancer, Cancer, Mutation
My family and I recently went on a spaceflight.
Aboard our spacecraft, the Space Shuttle Pathfinder, with my daughter as pilot and my family as mission specialists, we ignited the engines and with a thunderous roar took off into outer space on our journey to explore the stars. All from Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama.Read More
Here are some of the wonderful comments we have received, and wanted to share.
Thanks to each and every one of you. You validate our work and make it a pleasure to do what we do.Read More
At first, your mind goes blank.
Then fear strikes as you think not of your health, but rather of your husband being the one to take care of your children. When the fear subsides, you think about you.Read More Breast, Breast cancer, Cancer, Health, Surgery, Triple Negative Breast Cancer
Jenny’s friend, Laura, was just diagnosed with breast cancer and before even seeing the breast surgical oncologist, Jenny told Laura to have her ovaries removed.Read More Angelina Jolie, BRCA, BRCA mutation, Breast, Breast cancer, Cancer, Ovarian cancer
Techniques in reconstruction have made tremendous strides and creating natural looking breasts is now possible. Silicone implants can take the shape and feel of your natural breasts.Read More Breast, Breast cancer, Maryland, Nipple, Plastic surgery, Surgery, Tattoo artist
One of the favorite parts of my job is to educate fellow professionals. The word, doctor, comes from the Latin, docere, to teach. And I love teaching.
This Monday, June 16, 2014, I will be teaching at the monthly meeting of the East Tennessee Association of Advanced Nurse Practitioners about the latest advances and the future of breast cancer.Read More Aaron G. Margulies, Breast cancer, East Tennessee, Imelda G. Margulies, Knoxville Tennessee, MD
The intimacy we experience as couples puts the big smile on our faces and the warm and fuzzy inside us.Read More Breast cancer, Cancer, Intimate relationship, Love, Physical intimacy, Sex life