Brenda

Brenda

Brenda talks about her experience being diagnosed with breast cancer on the GW Mammovan.

The vehicle, which makes early detection for breast cancer accessible to underserved women across the city, is outfitted with 3D mammography technology, the most comprehensive mammography system available; a spacious setting for patients; and two individual changing rooms and private waiting areas.

This video played at the GW Blush Lunch event in support of the GW Mammovan.


The Mammovan saved my life.

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