Mark your diary for the BreastScreen Unit which is visiting Blayney for one week starting on Wednesday, 13 March.
Lisa Maxey, Health Promotion Officer for Breast Screen NSW – Western NSW said: “The incidence of breast cancer is rising, however earlier detection and better treatment is allowing a more positive outcomes for many women.”
Breast screens are free and part of the national screening program. It is aimed at women from age 50 to 69, but women aged over 40 can also visit the unit. No referral is needed, but women should ring 13-20-50 to book an appointment.
Ms Maxey said: “Screening only takes about 15 minutes every two years.”
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