Paula Davis put off getting a mammogram for years. Her biggest excuse was that she couldn't afford the procedure, but she finally got screened for free via the Yes, Mamm! program through Saint Joseph Hospital and Susan G. Komen Lexington.
Paula Davis put off getting a mammogram for years. Her biggest excuse was that she couldn't afford the procedure, but she finally got screened for free via the Yes, Mamm! program through Saint Joseph Hospital and Susan G. Komen Lexington. Herald-Leader
Paula Davis put off getting a mammogram for years. Her biggest excuse was that she couldn't afford the procedure, but she finally got screened for free via the Yes, Mamm! program through Saint Joseph Hospital and Susan G. Komen Lexington. Herald-Leader

'Yes, Mamm!' program helps with cost of breast cancer screening

November 04, 2013 09:53 AM

UPDATED November 12, 2015 02:55 PM

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