Inside the Blush Lunch and Introduction of a New GW Mammovan

Blush lunch

To commemorate Breast Cancer Awareness Month and celebrate the GW Cancer Center, the 6th Annual Blush Lunch event was held at the French Embassy in mid-October. At the event, the GW Cancer Center unveiled its new mobile mammography unit, the GW Mammovan, which provides lifesaving mammograms to women in underserved communities.

View coverage of the event from WUSA9

Read more about the event from K Street Magazine

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