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Sunday, October 19, 2014

UAW-Ford is sponsoring free mammograms this week

Posted By on Sun, Oct 19, 2014 at 12:30 PM

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, UAW-Ford is offering free mammogram screenings for metro Detroit women. The Northland Radiology mobile mammogram unit will provide the screenings. 

The screenings will take place from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. from Monday, Oct. 20 through Wednesday, Oct. 22. The mobile unit will be stationed in front of the UAW-Ford National Programs Center at 151 W. Jefferson Ave. in Detroit. 



UAW-Ford vice president Jimmy Settles had this to say about mammograms and Breast Cancer Awareness month: “The UAW-Ford is proud to help address critical needs, such as breast cancer screenings, for our community and members. Helping to bring awareness to, and provide funds for, important issues such as early breast cancer screening and detection is vital to our commitment to serve our community.”

For more info call 313-392-7000. 

Special note: "Due to recent construction, please use the following driving instructions to access the building:
Take Griswold South, and make a left turn onto the E. Jefferson Ave., which would normally be the service drive ramp. Then, pull into the UAW-Ford National. Program Center ramp or park on the street.This is the only way to access the building if driving." 

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