It all began routinely: I went to Monument Square during my lunch break on March 8th for a rally.
Starting a new relationship can be scary but not knowing your status is even scarier. Six patients share their stories about getting tested.
Not many people come back to their doctor’s office after their appointment to volunteer. I knew I needed to find a way to give back to the organization that had given me so much.
While cervical cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer deaths among women, it's also highly preventable.
Part of my job is to talk about why legal and safe access to abortion is important, often with people who fundamentally disagree with me. It can be hard and intimidating, but I see the difference it makes when I go beyond the talking points and make it personal.
2017 was quite a year for all of us and for Planned Parenthood. Against all odds, we have things to celebrate. We also have fights that are just getting started...
Cervical cancer is in my genes, and it’s a ghost that haunts my family. I feel like this is the time to tell my story, and how it led me to Planned Parenthood.