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Check out the Every Woman Blog!

Oct. 8 2018

Did you know? Lexington Medical Center has a second blog, dedicated just to the stories and experiences of Midlands women. On the Every Woman blog, women from all over this region share their stories, recipes, inspiration, hardships, and thoughts about a variety of topics. Women of all ages are a very important part of our LMC family and we are proud to offer this unique online community.

Logo for the Lexington Medical Center Every Woman Blog, a blog for women by women

Eight new bloggers were just recently selected to join this group and we know their stories will continue to resonate with the community as the blog has done for the past seven years. The Every Woman blog was created in 2011 and has been viewed more than 327,000 times. Our eight new bloggers, as well as our longtime writers, have many different stories to share. Our bloggers and their topics include:

Lisa Baker is a surgical technologist struggling with the reality that her two parents were diagnosed with dementia. Marianna Boyce talks about the ups and downs of living with rheumatoid arthritis. Eliza Boulware is a breast cancer and open-heart surgery survivor, as well as a pastor. Tina Cameron is a single mom, a cancer nurse at Lexington Medical Center, a volunteer with the Riverbanks Zoo and is going back to school. June Greenlaw is a University of South Carolina employee and mom to several nearly-adult children. Kate Morrow is a new mom that struggled with infertility then had twins born three months premature. Janet Prince is a fifteen-year breast cancer survivor, mother and dedicated volunteer. Rhonda Woods is a chef instructor who lost her husband to an eighteen-month battle with metastatic melanoma. Shannon Boatwright is a middle school performing arts teacher with a background in theatre and mom to two children. Rachel Sircy writes about her experiences transitioning to a gluten-free lifestyle. Katie Austin has opened up about her experiences battling and surviving cancer. Jeanne Reynolds writes about her experiences nearing the end of her career and how she enjoys spending her free time, including travel. Stacy Thompson is also a travel enthusiast and shares her experiences with travel, usually of the exotic or physically demanding variety.

All of these women have a unique viewpoint to share and we invite you to join us in following along. Meet these fantastic women by checking out

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Disclaimer: This blog is intended for general understanding and education about Lexington Medical Center. Nothing on the blog should be considered or used as a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Blog visitors with personal health or medical questions should consult their health care provider.