In support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Bend Memorial Clinic has partnered with local florists to reinforce the importance of
During the month of October, every woman scheduled for a digital mammogram will receive flowers donated by All Occasion Flowers, Autry’s, Donner Flower Shop, Fred Meyer and Wildflowers of Oregon.
Every three minutes a woman in the United States is diagnosed with breast cancer. Although breast cancer is a real threat, there are many ways to prevent and treat this disease. In fact, 96 percent of women who find and treat breast cancer early will be cancer-free after five years.
Bend Memorial Clinic offers a TotalCare approach to preventing and treating breast cancer through a collaboration of Providers representing Family Medicine, Imaging, Surgery, and Oncology.
To schedule a digital mammogram or an annual exam, call the Bend Memorial Clinic appointment center at
541 Threads Makes a Stand Against Cancer
Local clothing company, 541 Threads is all about “changing the world one shirt at a time.” Currently 541 Threads donates four meals to Neighborimpact’s food bank for every shirt it sells. Since the first of this year they have donated over $4,000 to help provide nearly 15,000 meals to
Central Oregonians in need.
541 Threads is taking things a step further by introducing a special edition “eff cancer” t-shirt to take stand against cancer and bring awareness to the deadly disease that has taken many lives. $5 from each shirt sale will be directly donated to Jen Burgess Thompson, a Redmond photographer, who is currently battling stage three ovarian cancer. 541 Threads hopes to create a movement to stand up against cancer and make a statement for anyone who has battled or is battling cancer.
The t-shirts online at www.541Threads.com.