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Race for the Cure registration begins in April, free mammograms offered

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It may be months away, but planning for the Race for the Cure is a year-round project, as well as the other many events put on by the Susan G. Komen of Northwest Ohio.   

In April, free mammogram will be offered at various locations:

  • ProMedica Bay Park  
    • When: Wednesday, April 6 (from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.)
    • Where: 2801 Bay Park Drive, Oregon, Ohio 43616
    • Call: 419-734-8080
  • EasternWoods Outpatient Center at Blanchard Valley Hospital
    • When: Friday, April 8 (from 1 to 5 p.m.)
    • Where: 15900 Medical Drive, South Findlay, Ohio 45840
    • Call: 419-425-3267
  • Seneca County General Health District
    • When: Wednesday, April 13 (by appointment)
    • Where: 71 S. Washington Street #1102, Tiffin, Ohio 44883
    • Call: 419-447-3691 ext. 342 or 334

If you are between the ages of 40 and 64, have not had a mammogram within the last 24 months, and are uninsured or underinsured, don’t miss out. 

Need a reminder to schedule your annual mammogram? Sign up for a text alert from Komen here.  

Registration for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Toledo and Findlay starts April 7. Be the first to sign up and get $5 off April 7 – 11. Register here.  

Nominate a friend or loved one to be this year’s “In Celebration Of” or “In Memory Of” honoree here

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