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23 - Jun
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Where:Miami, Miami,, Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States, 33131
On this National Pink Day, June 23rd, The Women's Breast & Heart Initiative (WBHI)— a leader in disease prevention and early detection community outreach— invites women to "Mask Up and Get Your Mammogram", following healthcare guidance while ensuring timely screenings delayed by the pandemic. Women are encouraged to contact WBHI to schedule their mammogram at no cost by calling 305-825-4081. Valued partner Jackson Health System will also be providing heart screenings, presenting a more comprehensive preventive care approach. As WBHI's community partner that cares deeply about the community, Fresco y Más in Hialeah will host the breast and heart screenings to be held on National Pink Day, June 23rd by appointment only. Everyone near and far is invited to support the campaign with pink inspired images and messages, and the hashtag #WBHIPinkDay by posting on social media and tagging Facebook @TheWBHI and Instagram @WBHI on National Pink Day, June 23rd for awareness and remembrance. With pink being the color for breast cancer, WBHI's summer breast cancer awareness campaign on National Pink Day helps women access critical resources to help beat the odds of breast cancer. 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer over their lifetime; and the death rate has increased. Over the course of the pandemic, mammogram utilization decreased as much as 80%. Delayed, or missed cancer screenings could mean diagnosis at a later stage with a poorer prognosis. "Our summer breast cancer campaign on National Pink Day reminds women it's time to ‘Mask Up and Get Your Mammogram', practicing preventive care while protecting our healthcare heroes in clinical settings," states Andrea Ivory, WBHI's Founder and Executive Director. "Breast cancer is diagnosed year-round, but the good news is that early detection, and disease deterrent lifestyles change and saves lives. Disease prevention and early detection are critical to fostering healthy communities. WBHI is a leader in providi
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