One Sunday evening in February 2012, Falicia Chance, discovered a lump on her right breast. Chance, now 37, was always aware that she might get breast cancer someday. With a strong family history of the disease, afflicting both of her grandmothers and an aunt, she was vigilant about doing self-exams.
t’s not just the clinicians, administrators, staff or technology within a hospital that makes it run smoothly and successfully. There’s another group that plays just as important a part in its success: the heroes known as volunteers.