breast cancer awareness

Houston Methodist West Hospital hosts breast cancer awareness event

Houston Methodist West Houston

Hundreds of Katy residents gathered for “A Night of Positively Pink,” a breast cancer awareness event hosted by Houston Methodist West Hospital on Friday, Oct. 21 at LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch. This free community event helped increase awareness around breast cancer in a fun, family-friendly environment.

Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital Brings Women’s Health Symposium to League City

Memorial Hermann

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital is making it easier for women in League City and the Bay Area to take a step towards wellness and prevention.

Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital will sponsor a Women’s Health Symposium in League City Thursday, October 27, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The event will be held at Butler’s Courtyard, 122 North Michigan Avenue, League City, Texas, 77573.

Houston Methodist West Hospital goes pink during breast cancer awareness month

Houston Methodist Breast Care Center

 If you travel on I-10 and Barker Cypress through the Energy Corridor, you may notice that flamingos have landed at Houston Methodist West Hospital. In honor of breast cancer awareness month, flamingos will cover the green areas of the hospital grounds and pink lights will shine at night during the month of October.

Spring High to Host Community Mammogram Drive Oct. 30

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Spring High School is hosting a Community Mammogram Drive from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30. Mammosafe, a mobile breast imaging center, will be at the school, 19428 I-45, to provide screening mammograms for females who are age 35 and older.

“With October being breast cancer awareness month, we saw this as an opportunity to provide an important service while our students learn the value of giving back to our community,” said Tia Simmons, Spring High School principal.

MD Anderson in Katy hosts free concert at LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch in support of breast cancer awareness and survivorship

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Katy will shine a light on breast cancer survivors during a free, family-friendly tribute concert on Saturday, Oct. 17 from  7-9 p.m. in LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch. During the live music event, MD Anderson will light Heritage Square bright pink in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and in honor of local survivors. Guests will enjoy the musical stylings of Yelba, a high-energy variety band. As in years past, all members of the community are welcome to come enjoy the music, lights and activity.


Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital celebrates breast cancer awareness month with lighting ceremony.  Enjoy pink punch & treats as the Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital Breast Care Center shines a pink light on the exterior of the campus in honor of breast cancer awareness month. Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital will also accept a check donation in the amount of $10,000 from the Challenge Soccer Club to be used for Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital cancer programs and education.

Houston Northwest Medical Center announces 2nd video in series for Breast Cancer

Houston Northwest Medical Center is thrilled to announce that our second video in a series of video segments will be airing this Sunday, October 26th at 9:00am on CW39!  The segment will discuss “The Breast Center at HNMC”.  Be sure to tell your friends and family to watch. The video is available online by visiting

St. Luke’s Hospital at The Vintage Makes a Stand Against Breast Cancer

Houston—St. Luke’s Hospital at The Vintage (SLHV) makes a stand against breast cancer through staff involvement and pink lemonade. By hosting a pink lemonade stand, staff raises breast cancer awareness and distributes information to the community about early detection and treatment options.

Clements High School varsity football team donates breast cancer shirts by Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital

SUGAR LAND—(October 18, 2013) — Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital’s Breast Center received a donation of shirts from the Clements High School varsity football team along with their proud head coach Keith Knowles.