Fall is almost here and so is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but that doesn’t mean healthcare systems are relegated to the same-old “Think Pink” promotions of years past. Now is the time to consider marketing to the average woman coming in for first-time mammograms.
National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is an opportunity to promote education and resources available to women (don’t forget men too). It’s the ideal time to promote your oncology services and raise awareness of the importance of early detection. It’s all about getting consumers to pay attention, get mammograms, and do exams. While there’s a definite […]Breast Cancer Assessment, breast cancer awareness month, Facebook, Medicom Health HRA, social media
A recent and highly controversial article by Mary-Claire King, the geneticist who identified the first breast cancer gene, has reignited the debate over population-wide genetic testing. King and her colleagues are now recommending that all women, regardless of their personal and family health histories, be screened at about age 30 for the two most common […]breast cancer, breast cancer awareness month, uspstf