About 36K have delayed a breast cancer diagnosis by putting off a mammogram -- don’t become one of them
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Nonprofit encourages the community to complete 2020 Census
The 2020 Census is currently underway -- and Methodist Healthcare Ministries wants to make sure everyone in Texas gets counted. Methodist Healthcare Ministries, a faith-based nonprofit, helps low-income, uninsured families get access to health care in 74 counties across South Texas. We recognize health is impacted by more than health care, said Jennifer Knoulton, vice president of regional operations. There are so many factors in our everyday community lives that are impacted by the Census. To complete the 2020 Census form online, click here.