October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Byllye and Ngina want you to know about the latest breast cancer research and how health care reform is helping you take better care of your breasts.
Regardless of your health status, family history or age – you are at risk for breast cancer. But, early detection and early treatment can save your life.
Valerie Rochester, Imperative Director of Programs and Training, will join in the conversation to inform you what the Imperative is doing to encourage early screening and treatment.
October is also National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and there are even more opportunities now for victims of domestic violence to be safe. Angela Sutton, Imperative Senior Health Policy Associate, will also join Byllye and Ngina to discuss how new legislation further protects victims.
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