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Kristin HokeKristin’s Story
Jupiter Medical Center’s Kristin Hoke Breast Health Program honors the news anchor whose courageous public battle with cancer continues to inspire countless women. Kristin openly shared her breast cancer story with her viewers in Emmy-winning reports. Kristin eventually lost her battle at the age of 42.

To commemorate Kristin’s journey, Jupiter Medical Center named our breast health program in her honor. She wanted women to be educated about health issues, to not feel alone in their health and never give up during treatment. Now, we can honor Kristin’s wishes through this important legacy.

 

 

Meg’s Story

The Margaret W. Niedland Breast Center honors the memory of Margaret “Meg” Niedland, who was diagnosed with Stage IV metastatic breast cancer in November 2008. Meg lost her courageous battle with breast cancer on March 30, 2011. Meg’s creed by which she lived was, “Reach out a hand to help those in need.” Her legacy lives on today through the Niedland Breast Center, a state-of-the-art facility focused on early breast cancer diagnosis. Her passion to leave the world a better place, realized through the Niedland Breast Center, provides our community access to the latest diagnostic technology, as well as education and support.