A Break From Our Normal Programming

Every once in a while, us People people get to write for D Magazine, the folks we share two floors with in our downtown manse. Last month, Claire wrote the cover story detailing the ESD trial, and this month it’s my turn.

I wrote about Henda Salmeron, a Lakewood real estate agent with dense breast tissue. The story doesn’t have anything to do with the Park Cities, but I think it’s an important read for women (and the men who love them). With Breast Cancer Awareness Month coming to a close, its timing is perfect.

Anyway, here it is. And, as always, thanks for reading all of our publications.

2 thoughts on “A Break From Our Normal Programming

  • October 27, 2011 at 10:39 am

    It is a good article, succinct and well written.

    Is it “skull” or “scull” or both?

  • October 27, 2011 at 10:55 am

    It is scull. That must’ve slipped past some copy edits. As a former Division I rower, I’m beyond embarrassed.


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