Associated Physicians is going PINK for #breastcancerawareness and we'd like you to join us!
Talk to your doctor about screening mammography. Our skilled radiology technicians are here to make it comfortable!
A healthy lifestyle can reduce your risk: Don't smoke. Stay Fit. Eat Healthy.
Arm yourself with knowledge by asking questions and doing research!
Top 5 Breast Cancer Myths Debunked:
Men can get it too.
A lump doesn't necessarily mean cancer. Your doctor is the only one who can tell you.
A family history of breast cancer isn't an automatic diagnosis for you.
Breast cancer is not contagious.
Antiperspirants and deodorants haven't been connected to breast cancer.
Get involved on social media and spread the word about prevention.
Start a team to participate in a breast cancer awareness event-walks, runs, bike rides, etc.
Whether you're affected, know someone who is, or just want to be a part of the solution, we all can make a huge impact in the fact to cure cancer!
There are more than 3 million survivors and counting.
There has been a 38% decrease in breast cancer mortality in the U.S. since 1989.
American Cancer Society: 800.227.2345
Susan G. Komen: 877.465.6636