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The Breast and Cervical (BCC) Program is a screening program for early detection of breast and cervical cancer and provides qualifying* women with a free Women's Health Check:

  • Routine office visit including a brief medical history, blood pressure check, height and weight check
  • Pelvic exam and pap test
  • Clinical Breast Exam (CBE) and education about breast self-exam (BSE)
  • Referral for mammogram

You may qualify; see *BCCP Eligibility Checklist.

The five-year survival rate for women diagnosed with breast cancer in the earliest
stages is 98% vs. only 23% for those diagnosed with late state disease.

Know your risk. Get screened.