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Power is a concept synonymous with DC—in its symbolism, its offices, its people. Many Washingtonians hold power by virtue of their positions, titles, and affiliations. For others, power is intrinsic and follows them wherever they go. Some are obvious in their authority. Others pull the strings of influence and change discreetly. One thing is certain: More and more of the most powerful people in the city—in all of those capacities—are women. A decade ago, a list of Washington’s Most Powerful Women was not nearly as long. This time around, we had to make some hard decisions to keep it from overflowing the allotted pages.

For the month of October, we are taking the lead in the fight against breast cancer by encouraging women to get a mammogram. 

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The Clean Hands Count” campaign is back with an all new logo and tagline: “Ask Me If I Have Washed My Hands.”

For the month of October, we are taking the lead in the fight against breast cancer by encouraging women to get a mammogram. 

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The Howard University Cancer Center will be hosting activities to help raise awareness for breast cancer in our local community.

Welcome to The Howard University Hospital (HUH) and Howard University Faculty Practice Plan (HUFPP) Patient Information Portal. HUH and the HUFPP are proud to offer a variety of high quality healthcare services to conference participants in the community.  Thank you for visiting our health and wellness booth.

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