BYU sponsors 14th Annual Early Breast Cancer Detection Campaign March 7-30
February 13, 2007
Human Resource Services at Brigham Young University is sponsoring the 14th Annual Early Breast Cancer Detection Campaign March 7-30. BYU has arranged with DMBA and Utah Valley Regional Medical Center to provide this service. UVRMC will provide high-quality care in a comfortable and professional atmosphere.
Female personnel and spouses of male personnel, with DMBA health care plans, are invited to make appointments for the special BYU screenings in March. Appointments for the mammograms may be made online at http://]wellness.byu.edu/event.php?id=35.
For additional information on the program, contact Carol Tate at (801) 422-5723.
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