4,755 Days and Counting — 13 Years Matter
A lot has been accomplished since 2005 when we placed the first edition of Our Health Matters™ in the hands of readers throughout the greater Kansas City region. We believe our Kansas City families want to know more about healthy living and understand how to receive access to quality healthcare and resources.
It has always been our mission to increase health literacy, to focus on and introduce readers to quality healthcare providers. We share the stories of real people experiencing health challenges and how they conquered them. Additionally, we give voice to those who are still on their journey to achieve better health outcomes.
I am committed to making Our Health Matters an excellent publication and the most resourceful health magazine of choice. Everyone deserves to have equal access to quality healthcare and information. As we go forward, Our Health Matters will continue to fulfill our mission.
In this edition, we take a look at cancer in men, cancer in women and cancer in children. Also, inside is information on the link between family history and cancer, a cancer survivor’s story and supportive resources for people with cancer.
I am delighted to share when Daymond John speaks about his experience with thyroid cancer. I had to share his story with you. Daymond reveals his experience and offers advice we all can use. Daymond, thank you for sharing your very powerful story in our 13th anniversary edition!
If this edition, or any past editions impact you, write or email us your comments.
Finally, I want to say thank you to all of you for many years of loyalty and support. It goes without saying we dedicate this anniversary issue to you, because Your Health Always Matters.
Publisher and CEO