Hospital staff wears pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Staff Reports Posted 25 October 2017 at 11:24 am

Provided photos, Orleans Community Health

MEDINA – Staff at Medina Memorial Hospital (Orleans Community Health) on Friday dressed in pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This photo shows nurses Rebecca Mannella, left, and Mary Dunham.

“Buzzy” joins in raising awareness for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Anthony Drisdom, supervisor of registration and a financial counselor at the hospital, dressed in a pink shirt to show his support for the cause.

The hospital urges early detection of breast cancer which can save lives.

The Cancer Services Program offers free screenings at no cost to men (yes, men can get breast cancer, too) and women who:

  • Do not have health insurance or have health insurance that doesn’t cover the screenings
  • Cannot pay for these screenings
  • Meet age requirements
  • Live in NYS

For more information, call the Cancer Services Program of Genesee and Orleans County at 585-798-9541 or 585-344-5497.

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