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Wake Radiology Goes Komen to Support Breast Cancer Awareness

Team Wake Radiology Supports the Grit and Grace of Breast Cancer Survivors  RALEIGH, NC – June 11, 2015 — Wake Radiology, the region’s largest outpatient imaging provider, is excited to join the tens of thousands of survivors and supporters who are participating in this year’s 19th Annual Susan G. Komen Triangle Race for Cure on Saturday, June 13, 2015 at Meredith College. This is Wake Radiology’s 7th consecutive year sponsoring the Komen event which continues to get bigger and better every year. Team Wake Radiology will take to the course as a troop of 58 doctors, technologists and office members, plus their family members and friends — all of which are dedicated to increasing breast cancer awareness. “A screening mammogram remains the best way to detect cancer early, when it’s most treatable,” says Dr. Danielle Wellman, breast imaging radiologist and co-director of Wake Radiology’s Breast Imaging Services. “We hope people will come by our tent to say hello, learn more about screening mammography and grab a free tote bag.” WR_Komen_Mirror_FBcontestWomen will be able to schedule their annual screening mammogram when they visit the Wake Radiology tent on Saturday. A screening appointment doesn’t require a physician referral and is covered by insurance. While you’re at the Wake Radiology booth, you can also enter to win a $100 gift certificate from Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse. Just snap a photo of yourself in our special mirror, tag Wake Radiology when you share the photo on Facebook and include the hashtag #WakeRadGoesKomen and you’ll be entered to win! Wake Radiology has 11 breast imaging offices throughout the Triangle and all have earned the American College or Radiology’s prestigious Breast Imaging Center of Excellence (BICOE) designation. Each of our mammography locations accept walk-in appointments and have evening and weekend hours to accommodate busy schedules.

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