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How does someone become a recipient of a free mammogram?

Andrea Kay Profile
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anonymous

Learning About Breast Cancer over 7 years
 
  • Sharon Danielson Profile
    anonymes
    Survivant depuis 2007
    Andrea, I was able to "google" and find the health department in a woman's small town for a free mammogram. Since this is Breast Cancer Awareness Month it should be relatively easy to find an organization that will fund the payment for a mammogram. You can check with the American Cancer Society, a Public Health Department in your city or county, Planned Parenthood, Susan G. Komen Org. I just googled FREE MAMMOGRAMS... this is what I came up with... there were many. Take care, Sharon http://voices.yahoo.com/where-free-mammogram-5009612.html?cat=5
    over 7 years Comment Flag
  • Traciann brundage Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    My mom called her local hospital and told them what was going on with me and she had no insurance . She filled out a few forms and it was only 20 dollars for her .
    over 7 years Comment Flag
  • Traciann brundage Profile
    anonymes
    Étude du cancer du sein
    Let us know if you need any help getting care were all pros
    over 7 years Flag
    • Andrea Kay Profile
      anonymes
      Étude du cancer du sein

      thanks! I'm a 43yo mom of a 2 year old and have a lump in my right breast near my armpit. I'm unemployed and uninsured and pretty scared. My grandmother and her twin sister both died from breast cancer, so I don't want to wait to get checked....

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      thanks! I'm a 43yo mom of a 2 year old and have a lump in my right breast near my armpit. I'm unemployed and uninsured and pretty scared. My grandmother and her twin sister both died from breast cancer, so I don't want to wait to get checked.

      I appreciate everyone who took the time to answer :)

      over 7 years Flag

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