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Oncologist talks breast health at Sanford Worthington

WORTHINGTON -- Keely Hack, MD, a Sanford Health oncologist, is offering Worthington community members the answers to their many questions on breast health. One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during their lifetime, making it m...

WORTHINGTON - Keely Hack, MD, a Sanford Health oncologist, is offering Worthington community members the answers to their many questions on breast health. One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during their lifetime, making it more important than ever for women to prioritize breast health.

At a free event at noon Oct. 12 in the Centennial Room at Sanford Worthington Medical Center, Dr. Hack will provide information about improving, monitoring and protecting breast health. She will cover topics including breast self-exams, screening and diagnostic tests such as mammograms and ultrasounds as well as the differences between a healthy breast and when to see a doctor.

A light lunch will be served at this free event. All are welcome as the information is valuable whether male or female.

To RSVP, call 372-3305 by Oct. 10.

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