SUBJECT: Resignation of Lisa (Hygienist)
It is with regret that I announce the resignation of Lisa our hygienist, effective February 6, 2015—. Since Lisa joined our staff 4 1/2 years ago—, she has proven to be an intricate part of the Glasscock Dental Team. She will be greatly missed by all of us at Team Glasscock and all the patients she has had the honor to take care of over her time here.
It is with warmest personal regards that we wish Lisa success as she assumes a new position closer to her home.
The Office of Dr. David M. Glasscock ask that you join Team Glasscock in support of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
This worthy event will happen on Saturday, October 5th at Marshall Park. All are welcome to join us!
Team Glasscock will meet in front of the race registration building between the hours of 7:00am- 7:30am. Come join us dressed in your favorite pink colors to show your support to finding a cure for breast cancer. The recreational 5k starts at 7:50am.
List of Events on October 5th-Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure-Marshall Park
If you are wondering how to make a donation to support Breast Cancer, let us help! If you click the link below, you can donate directly to the Susan G. Komen Charity. Team Glasscock is also excepting donations at our office. Please feel free to contact our office for details. Let’s put an end to Breast Cancer.
Meet team Glasscock Dental! The office of Dr. David M Glasscock DDS is dedicated to raising money for breast cancer. We will be walking on October 5th. We ask all our patients and friends to join us in this fight. We all know someone who has been affected by this horrible disease. It has especially hit home with family and friends of the Glasscock team. Help us in this fight to eliminate breast cancer.
Komen Charlotte Race for the Cure®
October 5, 2013
Total registered so far: 5,511
What to watch for:
- Lump, hard knot or thickening
- Swelling, warmth, redness or darkening
- Change in size or shape of the breast
- Dimpling or puckering of the skin
- Itchy, scaly sore or rash on the nipple
- Pulling in of your nipple or other parts of the breast
- Nipple discharge that starts suddenly
- New pain in one spot that does not go away
Getting screened regularly is the best way for women to lower their risk of dying from breast cancer. Screening tests can find breast cancer early, when it’s most treatable. Five-year relative survival rates for early stage cancers are up to 99% in the US, versus 74% when Komen started.