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 Cancer survivors who have been helped by the Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health through the free mammogram program . Pictured left to right Cynthia Mundell, Melissa Kellermeier, Mindy Branaman, Elia Zapata, Alicia Dominguez, Gracie Rushing, Jennifer Copper, Patsy McCall, Liz Minjarez, and Beth Ann LopezCancer survivors who have been helped by the Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health through the free mammogram program . Pictured left to right Cynthia Mundell, Melissa Kellermeier, Mindy Branaman, Elia Zapata, Alicia Dominguez, Gracie Rushing, Jennifer Copper, Patsy McCall, Liz Minjarez, and Beth Ann Lopez

Laura W. Bush Institute for Women’s Health

In the past four years, the Angelo State University office of the Laura W. Bush Institute for Women’s Health has impacted the lives of 10,000 women and girls, raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to support education, outreach, and research, and provided free breast care services for over 750 women in need.

The institute collaborates with the College of Health and Human Services as well as the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center to cultivate research that impacts women’s health issues.

  

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PAST EVENT’S PRESENTATIONS

Dr. Jenkins’ presentation at the Day of the Woman EXPO 2011

Dr. Rahman’s presentation at the Day of the Woman 2012

 

LWBIWH Resources

 

News and Events

Connections Newsletter (Winter 2011)

Connections Newsletter (Spring 2012)

 


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