In 5280 Magazine: The Complete Guide to Preventive Health Care

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In a 5280 Magazine article about preventative care, Dr. Savita Ginde shared her personal story and experience with receiving a breast cancer diagnosis amidst a pandemic. Here’s an excerpt from her story: “The majority of women diagnosed with breast cancer are women without a history, which is what I am. No one in my family […]

New Year, New Strategies: Balance (and Maintain) Health and Life Goals

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Happy New Year!  We’ve transitioned to another year, and I hope you’ve taken some time to both reflect on and commend yourself for everything you endured and worked hard for in 2021.  I certainly have, and I won’t stop here. To keep myself focused on my New Year’s (and beyond) resolutions, I’ll continue to reflect […]

In USA Today: Yes, even monogamous couples should consider STD testing. Here’s why.

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In USA Today, Dr. Savita Ginde provided her expertise on the topic of sexually transmitted diseases and infections (STDs). With STD cases on the rise, says the article, it’s more important than ever for people to get regularly tested, including those who are in monogamous, long-term relationships. Here’s an excerpt from the interview: “It’s often […]

Use the ‘Great Resignation’ to Change Your Relationship with Work

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When American society paused (or attempted to pause), the work-from-home (WFH) phenomenon acted like a stopgap for a leaking dam. With a severe health crisis mercilessly ravaging the globe, millions of us were forced to find safety in our homes. To keep businesses afloat amid the resulting economic collapse, many eligible employers relied on WFH […]

End of the Year Reflection: Finding Balance to End and Begin Again

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After a harrowing 2020, most of us approached 2021 with the mindset that our circumstances would be better or, at least, different — whether we anticipated new career transitions, living arrangements, perspective, workout regimes, or simply less anxiety about our seemingly crumbling society. Now, 2021 has come and is nearly gone. As we face the […]

Now What? 4 Key Steps to Take After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

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When you receive a breast cancer diagnosis, it’s overwhelming, naturally. You’ll likely have at least a million thoughts flying through your mind at record speed.  I understand, and I’m on this journey, too. Because I’m fighting my own high risk for breast cancer diagnosis, I want to tell you that it’s OK. Scary? Absolutely. Still […]

The More You Know: Early Breast Cancer Detection and Treatment

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Think you know the risks associated with breast cancer? Let’s take a closer look at the impact of early detection and access to treatment! To check out the infographic below, you can select it for a closer look or scroll below it for the text version. 👉 When you’re done, don’t forget to explore my […]

In The Denver Gazette: Your mammogram could save your life

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Check out Dr. Savita Ginde’s op-ed in The Denver Gazette! This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, spreading awareness about the importance of mammography screenings has been her top priority. In this article, she shares critical information and statistics about preventing or detecting breast cancer early with mammograms. Here’s an excerpt from the interview: I remember hearing […]

In Rocky Mountain PBS: Doctor uses personal journey to encourage others to get cancer screenings

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Throughout Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the incredible team at Rocky Mountain PBS followed my journey before and after I underwent a preventative double mastectomy with immediate reconstruction. With their help, I was able to share pertinent information and resources about getting screened for breast cancer. Here’s an excerpt from the interview: As a doctor who […]

Breast Cancer Awareness — Unique Journeys of the Disease

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Every October, people all over the world show their support for everyone affected by breast cancer — and this has been the case since Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM) was founded in 1985. With all the funding and support this disease has received as a result of BCAM, the American Cancer Society reports that breast […]