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Leslie McGarry inspires everyone around her. She is a fighter, a warrior, with a lot of people in her corner. The mother of four is fun, faithful and fully committed to living every minute of every day, with a list of goals like competing in a fitness competition. She even works out on the days she gets chemo and immunotherapy.
Her message is simple: love hard, cherish each other and make the most of your days.
See more of her incredible story here: http://www.ktvn.com/category/170899/video-landing-page?clipId=13712458&autostart=true
Reno Little Theatre:
Today we would love to thank our community partner, Each One Tell One who’s mission lies in raising dense breast tissue awareness for early breast cancer detection. $10 from each of our beautiful CALENDAR GIRLS 2017 calendars sales will go to benefit their cause.
Order a calendar here: http://ow.ly/LkBF307urV7
By PR-barracuda Posted December 8, 2016 In News
Barracuda Championship’s charity beneficiary awarded $30,000 grant from PGA TOUR
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — The PGA TOUR announced today that Each One Tell One, a Reno-based non-profit beneficiary of the Barracuda Championship, has been named the 2016 PGA TOUR Charity of the Year.
Through fundraising efforts, including an annual golf tournament, support and educational programs, Each One Tell One is an organization dedicated to raising dense breast tissue awareness for early breast cancer detection.
Tasked with a big project, Pixels and Ink Printing in Midtown is bringing some powerful portraits to life. It is printing photos of the women Channel 2 News followed for six months during their Breast Cancer 2 Bikini project. After fighting breast cancer, the group of women worked out together at Evoke Fitness on Patriot Boulevard to reclaim their bodies, health and confidence. The end result was the Nevada State Bodybuilding, Figure and Bikini Competition. However, before hitting the stage, they made a powerful statement by photographing […]
Join us for an exclusive after hours event featuring a fashion show showcasing the latest fall trends, followed by a private shopping event featuring exclusive discounts from major brands.
You will receive a free gift with purchase and the first 50 ladies in the door will receive a swag bag filled with goodies from brands such as Scheels, Land Rover Reno, Sperry, etc.
100% of ticket proceeds will go to Each One Tell One. Each One Tell One is a local non-profit focused on raising Dense Breast Tissue awareness for early breast […]
RENO, Nev. (Fox 11) — Each One Tell One is an organization that raises awareness for early breast cancer detection. Genoa Lakes Golf Club & Resort partnered up with Each One Tell One to host a fundraiser.
Founder and President of Each One Tell One Heather Reimer along with Owner of Genoa Lakes Golf Club & Resort, Fred Gartrell joined us in the studio Thursday morning to tell us all about their event.
WATCH to learn more.
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The RTC is helping raise awareness about dense breast tissue working with the local non-profit, Each One. Tell One.
A pink bus sponsored by Renown Regional Medical Center and Grafics Unlimited will be debuted under the Reno Arch on Sept. 24 at 10 a.m. The bus is part of a larger campaign by Each One. Tell One. launching its inaugural awareness campaign to educate Nevadans about dense breast tissue which may make cancer more difficult to detect during a mammogram and an […]
Advocating Breast Density | See original article
Healthcare providers and patients must assess the pros and cons associated with breast density legislation as more states enact new laws
Breast density may be one of the strongest predictors of the failure of mammography to detect cancer, according to an educational session presented at the 2014 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) conference in December. The topic of breast density was a prominent one at the meeting, and many healthcare providers are beginning to look beyond just using traditional mammography to assess […]
Reno breast cancer survivor eyes a ‘walk for the roses’ | See original article
The Kentucky Oaks horse race is being held May 1, a day before the Kentucky Derby — The Run for the Roses — at historic Churchill Downs and Reno’s Heather Reimer would love nothing more than to be there, but not entirely for the racing.
The event includes an annual survivors’ parade, which features women who have survived breast or ovarian cancer.
Reimer not only beat breast cancer, she is a founder of “Each One Tell One™,” […]
Heather Reimer was recently featured on HealthManagement.org. See the original article.