If the saying, “birds of a feather flock together” is true, then there’s perhaps no truer place to see it then at Paul B. Johnson state park in Forrest County in mid-April. That’s when camp bluebird perches in the pines.
This summer, South Central Reginal Medical Center became the first facility in the state to use a technology that can detect breast cancer early and far better than a mammogram. We talk to an OBGYN and a radiologist who say this is life-saving technology for a particular population of patients.
Meet Annie Ford, a mother of two-step children and a 17-year breast cancer survivor that had rough moments after finding out she was diagnosed with cancer in 2000. Ford said that she was curious and confused at the time, but now has no issue with inspiring others battling the same fight.
A Hattiesburg breast cancer survivor not only started the non-profit organization "The Pink Lady" to help other women in the fight against breast cancer. She now encourages them to be more mindful of harmful chemicals they put in their bodies. Pillows and prayers, care packages, tips and tricks, and a system of support are things Celeste Brown offers with her non-profit. She started it after her own battle with breast cancer. Brown completed chemotherapy and radi...