Susan G. Komen Austin

Susan G. Komen Austin

by | September 21st, 2017

Women Partners in Health supports the efforts of Susan G. Komen Austin

Women Partners in Health supports the efforts of Susan G. Komen Austin to raise awareness about breast cancer and early detection.October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but for Women Partners in Health and Susan G. Komen Austin, every month is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Our Austin ObGyns support the events and education efforts that Susan G. Komen Austin offers to women in our community.

Susan G. Komen Austin supports many events in our area

Race for the Cure 2017

Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017

Austin American Statesman
305 South Congress Avenue
Austin, TX 78704

Race begins at 7:30 a.m.

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The most well-known event that Susan G. Komen Austin offers is the nationwide Race for the Cure. This race raises money and awareness for breast cancer research. Another fundraising event in October is Dine Out for the Cure®. Local restaurants donate a portion of their proceeds from October 23-26 to Susan G. Komen Austin. Our Austin ObGyns and staff support these community efforts to find a cure for breast cancer.

Education is key for early detection of breast cancer

Our Austin ObGyns take every opportunity to educate women about early detection of breast cancer. Susan G. Komen Austin also provides many resources, outreach programs and educational materials to women throughout the Austin area.

The more women know about breast cancer, the more likely they are to schedule annual visits and screenings with a physician, an important step in the fight against breast cancer. Women can contact our Austin ObGyns to learn more about how they can take proactive steps for early detection of breast cancer.

Schedule an annual wellness visit and mammogram with our Austin ObGyns

Our Austin ObGyns and Susan G. Komen Austin urge women to take three important steps to ensure that breast cancer is found in its earliest, most treatable stages.

  1. Women should receive a clinical breast exam each year at their annual wellness visit.
  2. Women age 40 or older, or women of any age who have risk factors for developing breast cancer, should schedule an annual mammogram.
  3. Women should practice breast self-awareness. This means getting to know what their breasts normally look and feel like so any changes can be reported to our Austin ObGyns.

Like Susan G. Komen Austin, our Austin ObGyns are advocates for women in the fight against breast cancer. Contact us for an appointment or more information about breast cancer screening.

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Five board certified Obstetrician/Gynecologists, a certified Nurse Midwife, a Nurse Practitioner offering women's health care services. (Austin, TX)

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