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Phoebe Sumter to offer free 3-D mammograms in October

(Source: Rhoda Baer/National Cancer Institute) (Source: Rhoda Baer/National Cancer Institute)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

To recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Phoebe Sumter is offering 50 free 3-D mammograms.

The screenings are free to those who are uninsured and are overdue for their annual screening.

To be considered for a free screening, you have to meet the following requirements:

  • not had a mammogram in the last 12 months
  • over the age of 40
  • not experiencing any breast problems, (if you are experiencing breast problems, contact your doctor immediately)
  • uninsured
  • not pregnant
  • live in one of the following counties: Sumter, Schley, Macon, Marion, Dooly, Webster, Stewart, and Taylor.

To schedule an appointment, call Phoebe Sumter Central Scheduling at (229) 931-1375. Scheduling for the free mammograms begins Monday, October 2.

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