Picture Gallery

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Coffee & Conversation: Stem Cells - Dallas

Featuring experts Doris Taylor, PhD, FAHA, FACC and Jay Schneider, MD, PhD, guests were treated to an engaging discussion on stem cells; Mrs. Bush delighted with opening remarks.

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Coffee & Conversation: Stem Cells - Dallas

The Institute’s Chief Science Officer, Marjorie Jenkins, MD, moderated a panel discussion among the three health professionals and gave closing remarks.

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Lunch & Learn: Knowledge is Power - Fort Worth

For the second annual event in Fort Worth, guests were treated to a luncheon featuring TTUHSCs own Sarah Hosford, MD, and Moncrief Cancer Institute director Keith Argenbright, MD, speaking on Cancer Prevention and Genetic Testing, respectively.

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Power of the Purse - Amarillo

Featuring breast cancer survivor Joan Lunden, guests of the annual purse auction and luncheon were treated to stories from Joan’s past as a television news host as well as her inspiring story of survivorship.

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Spoken from the Heart - Abilene

Kicking off the first official event in Abilene, Mrs. Bush, along with Abilene native, Mrs. Dian Stai, delighted guests with updates about her family as well as her support of women’s health.

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Spoken from the Heart - Lubbock

Over 700 guests were doubly treated to hear from Mrs. Bush as well as Tech alum and Broadway performer, David Gaschen.

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Women's Night at the Rec - Lubbock

The Institute was a sponsor for the annual, women’s only night of fun at the Tech Texas Rec Center. Those who attended were able to try various forms of exercise in a relaxed atmosphere. These ladies enjoyed climbing the Rock Wall – Guns Up!

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Day of the Woman - Amarillo

Quickly becoming an Institute favorite, James Maas, PhD, spoke to guests on the importance of sleep and gave tips on how to get it. That means Fido is sleeping on the floor tonight!

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Laura Bush Institute Presents - San Angelo

Speaking to the largest crowd to date, Col. Oliver North enthralled guests with stories from his military past as well as his current work highlighting our service men and women heroes.