Reno Little Theatre and Each One Tell One standard

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 http://renolittletheater.org/features/25795/?platform=hootsuite

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Each One Tell One Named PGA TOUR Charity of the Year standard

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. “We are so honored to have the PGA TOUR recognize the work we do to bring about dense breast tissue awareness,” said Heather Reimer, Each One Tell One founder. “To be associated with the TOUR is a dream ...

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Beyond The Ribbon standard

By-Kristin Remmington 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 their mastectomy scars.  On Friday, October 28th, Sierra Arts Foundation will put the photos on display for a pop-up gallery called “Beyond the Ribbon…” Sierra Arts Gallery PR/Marketing Associate, Eric Brooks ...

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Scheels Women’s Night Out – Oct 2016 standard

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 cancer detection. Tickets are on sale at customer service in SCHEELS and also at the link provided. Please email eventsRS@scheels.com with any questions.

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Each One Tell One Hosts Golf Fundraiser standard

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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RTC Unveils Pink Bus standard

SOURCE: REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION OF WASHOE COUNTY SEP 23, 2015 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 additional exam, such as an Ultrasound or MRI, can find more and smaller cancers than can be detected by mammography alone. “My cancer was caught early and that ...

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Advocating Breast Density standard

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 whether or not a woman has breast cancer. The push for additional screening is becoming prevalent, and many states are enacting laws that require women to be notified if they ...

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Reno breast cancer survivor eyes a ‘walk for the roses’ standard

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™,” a movement to educated women that screening with a Mammography may not be enough if they have the condition known as Dense Breast Tissue. Parade participants are selected via ...

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Heather Reimer, Chief Visionary Officer and Founder of Each One, Tell One Shares Her Thoughts standard

Heather Reimer was recently featured on HealthManagement.org. See the original article. Breast density was a hot topic at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Annual Scientific Meeting in Chicago last month. A new grassroots initiative, “Each One Tell One™”, also known as the Dangerous Boobs Tour, made its debut through the sponsorship of  SonoCiné AWBUS™, an Automated Whole Breast Ultrasound technology that provides a supplementary examination for women whose mammograms are inconclusive.Heather Reimer, Chief Visionary Officer of Each One, Tell One and Co-Founder of the Dangerous Boobs Tour™ took time to speak with HealthManagement about their mission.  

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Are You Dense Advocacy Inc. Applauds Leaders in Senate and House for Introducing a Federal Density Reporting Bill standard

Are You Dense Advocacy Inc. Applauds Leader’s Introduction of a Federal Density Reporting Bill Dr. Cappello with Connecticut Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro | See Original Article Nancy M. Cappello, Ph.D., Director and Founder of Are You Dense Advocacy, Inc. and Are You Dense Inc. applauds Senators Dianne Feinstein, Kelly Ayotte, Representatives Rosa DeLauro, Steve Israel and Mike Fitzpatrick for the reintroduction of the Breast Density and Mammography Reporting Act in the 114th Congress. The bill sets a minimum federal standard, as designated by the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS), for dense breast tissue notification and recommends women discuss with their doctors whether additional screening is necessary. The bill also directs HHS to study improved screening options for women with ...

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Watch Video: Breast Density Screenings Urged for Cancer Prevention standard

Many doctors and patients alike will say that diagnosing breast cancer early saves lives, and part of that is knowing enough to make informed decisions, including when a person has dense breast tissue. Breast density refers to the amount of fat and tissue in the breast as seen on a mammogram, according to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The organization says women with dense breast have an increased risk of breast cancer. “When you have dense breast tissue it turns up as white, but cancer turns up as white,” Eydith Kaufman said referring to mammogram images. Kaufman lost her partner Janina Hurtado, 45, to an aggressive cancer that she says began as breast cancer. She says Hurtado had a ...

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Each One Tell One: Chiqeeta Jameson’s “Dense Breast” Experience standard

Chiqeeta Jameson was recently feaured in Reno Moms Blog. See the original article. RMB is proud to support the local charity of Each One Tell One, a grassroots movement about dense breast tissue (DBT) and early detection of breast cancer. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we will be featuring the stories of the founders of Each One Tell One™, as well as their educational materials and videos. It was early morning, in the beginning of April, 1998. I was 41 years old. I jolted awake, and announced to the ceiling, “I have breast cancer.” Craig, my then, fiancé (who was lying next to me, with his eyes still closed and without laughing or telling me that I was crazy) said, ...

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Each One Tell One: Wendy Damonte and Her Mom’s Story standard

Wendy Damonte was recently feaured in Reno Moms Blog. See the original article. RMB is proud to support the local charity of Each One Tell One™, a grassroots movement about dense breast tissue (DBT) and early detection of breast cancer. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we will be featuring the stories of the founders of Each One Tell One™, as well as their educational materials and videos. If you live in Reno, the odds are that you know and love Wendy Damonte.  She is that friendly and relatable fellow mother we see on the news practically every day.  We at Reno Moms Blog follow her own blog and love her writing style and insights to her personal life ...

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Each One Tell One: Heather Reimer’s Story standard

Heather Reimer was recently featured in Reno Moms Blog. See the original article. RMB is proud to support the local charity of Each One Tell One™, a grassroots movement about dense breast tissue (DBT) and early detection of breast cancer. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we will be featuring the stories of the founders of Each One Tell One™, as well as their educational materials and videos.  In December 2010, I had a clear Mammogram as part of my 40-year-old preventative screening. September 2011, I needed to complete 2 points for my workplace wellness program. For 2 points I opted for a new breast imaging scan called SonoCine designed for dense breast tissue (DBT). I had been told I ...

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Watch Video: ‘Dangerous Boobs Tour’ Aims To Educate Women About Cancer & Dense Breast Tissue standard

Los Angeles, CA – CBS KCAL 9 News Live – features the Dangerous Boobs Tour™ and Breast Imaging Radiologist, Judy C. Dean, Watch the news story: KCAL9 CBS News – Judy Dean, MD and the Dangerous Boobs Tour™ Founder Chiqeeta Jamison and diagnostic radiologist, Dr. Judy Dean, visited the KCAL9 studios Friday to talk about their mission of educating women about breast cancer and dense-breast tissue.

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3 Women Launch Dangerous Boobs Tour™ standard

AuntMinnie.com | Read Original Article Author: AuntMinnie.com Staff Writers A grass-roots initiative has launched the Dangerous Boobs Tour™ to educate women about Dense-Breast Tissue and the potential need for additional screening such as with MRI or ultrasound. The Dangerous Boobs Tour™ was founded by Heather Reimer, Wendy Damonte, and Chiqeeta Jameson.  All three women said they have been affected by Dense-Breast Tissue ; Jameson and Reimer are cancer survivors whose cancers were missed by mammography but later detected through ultrasound or automated whole-breast ultrasound from SonoCine, according to the initiative. The tour’s mantra – Each One, Tell One™ – is meant to inspire women to learn about their own breast density and, in turn, educate friends and loved ones.  More ...

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Mini Of Reno, NV Donates A Mini-Cooper To “Each One, Tell One™” Dense-Breast Tissue Awareness Cause standard

The official Dangerous Boobs Tour™ vehicle hit the road last week at MINI of Reno, where the “Dangerous Boobs Tour”™ unveiled its latest tool, a Mini Countryman. Sandy Raffealli, owner of Bill Pearce Motors of Reno, graciously donated the Mini Countryman, which is wrapped in pink with white polka dots, thanks to Grafics Unlimited artist Jill Pauly, also of Reno. The purpose of the Dangerous Boobs Tour™ is to educate women about the importance of knowing that mammography is not enough for women with dense-breast tissue. They need an additional screening such as ultrasound or MRI to detect what mammography misses in that tissue type. The pink-and-white polka dot Mini is designed to make women ask: What is dense-breast tissue? ...

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Watch Video: CCF Event Benefits Each One Tell One™ standard

By Wendy Damonte | Link to original video KTVN Channel 2 – Reno Tahoe News Weather, Video – At Camie Cragg Fitness, it’s not just all about working out your body. It’s also about expanding your mind. Owner, Camie Cragg, offers Camunity events – fundraisers for a cause as well as educational seminars. “A thing that stands out a little bit more for CCF is the drive and ambition to educate other people about a really, really good service or subject that could pertain to them at some point in their lives.” The upcoming Camunity event will benefit the Each One Tell One™ organization. This group is all about dense breast tissue awareness. 40% of women have dense breast tissue. ...

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Atlantis Ribbon Fund Raiser standard

Reno, NV – Throughout the month of October, Atlantis Casino Resort Spa will be raising funds through various activities for one of its local non-profit organizations, Each One. Tell One.™ Starting Wednesday, Oct. 1 at the Main Cashier on the casino floor. Atlantis is accepting a minimum $1 or more donation for a ribbon, and all proceeds will benefit Each One. Tell One.™ Additionally, Bistro Napa and Atlantis Steakhouse will be serving two drink specials and 50% of each sale also goes to Each One. Tell One.™

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