Tough Enough to Wear Pink: St. Vincent Healthcare and the NILE team up to fight breast cancer
October 19, 2009
St. Vincent Healthcare and the NILE Rodeo are once again joining efforts to fight breast cancer. Join St. Vincent Healthcare for the fourth annual “Tough Enough to Wear Pink Night” at the NILE Rodeo – as we celebrate breast cancer survivors, educate and support the EVA Project. Events kick off at 7:00pm on Friday- October 16, 2008 - at the MetraPark Rimrock Auto Arena.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit the St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation Eva Project which provides free digital mammograms at the St. Vincent Healthcare St. Vincent Healthcare Yellowstone Breast Center
to women age 40-50 who are uninsured. No paperwork involved!
One in eight American women will face breast cancer in her lifetime. Yet when found early, the disease is highly treatable.
Your BEST defense is early detection!
Monthly Breast Self Exam
Annual Clinical Breast Exam
Annual Mammography at age 40
The Eva Project is funded by Eva, a breast cancer survivor, and the St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation with support from the NILE Rodeo Tough Enough to Wear Pink Night.
The St. Vincent Healthcare Yellowstone Breast Center
has been recognized by the American College of Radiology for demonstrating excellence in breast imaging by successfully achieving accreditation in Mammography, Stereotactic Breast Biopsy, Breast Ultrasound and Ultrasound-Guided Breast Biopsy. The Yellowstone Breast Center is the only breast imaging center in all of Eastern Montana and all of Wyoming to hold this honor.
Call 237-4373 to schedule your digital mammogram today.
To support the EVA Project contact St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation at 237-3600.