Sun | May 28, 2017

Women get free mammograms

Published:Thursday | October 30, 2014 | 10:00 AM
Contributed Photo Donnet Hyman(left), a radiographer at the Jamaica Cancer Society (JCS), explains a feature of the Alpha RT Mammography machine works to PR Manager at Digicel, Jacqueline Burrell-Clarke (right), while Executive Director of the JCS, Yulit Graham (2nd right) and Head of Government Sales at Digicel Business, Michelle Watkis-Robinson look on. As one of their initiatives to mark their support for Breast Cancer Awareness, the telecoms leader paid for mammograms for 30 persons at the institution.
Contributed Photo Head of Government Sales at Digicel Business, as well as a survivor of breast cancer, Michelle Watkis-Robinson makes a presentation to Ava Anderson at the Jamaica Cancer Society (JCS) on Friday, October 24. With them in the photo are Executive Director of the JCS, Yulit Graham and Radiographer Donnet Hyman.
1
2

Some 30 women received free mammograms on October 24 as part of Digicel's observance of and its continued fight against the disease. The telecoms giant paid for the mammograms at the Jamaica Cancer Society on Friday, October 24. The company later made a bold statement by lighting their downtown Kingston headquarters pink, in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.