Monday, January 7, 2013 at 12:01 am (Updated: January 7, 12:02 am)
Volunteers are needed for a new community education program to fight breast cancer in Roane County.
The program, a joint effort between Roane Medical Center and the American Cancer Society, seeks to increase the number of women who get breast cancer screenings.
“Volunteers have been crucially important in enabling the American Cancer Society to help make progress in the fight against cancer for nearly 100 years,” said Sarah Hooks, health initiatives representative for the American Cancer Society in Roane County.
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