Thursday, October 28, 2021
Downtown Fountain Turned Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Downtown Fountain Turned Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Downtown Goldsboro is showing its support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  Wednesday afternoon, representatives from Wayne UNC Health Care, Southeastern Medical Oncology, and the City of Goldsboro were on hand as the downtown fountain at the corner of Center and Walnut streets was turned pink for the month of October.

The purpose of Breast Cancer Awareness Month is to continue to raise awareness of the disease within the community. Wayne UNC Health Care and Southeastern Medical Oncology Center work diligently to provide screening services and cancer care for breast cancer patients in Wayne County. Women are encouraged to use this month to schedule a screening. Late night and Saturday mammogram appointments are available to the public at Wayne UNC Health Care.

From left to right: Marquita Ingram, Oncology Navigator Wayne UNC Health Care; Dr. Matthew Sochat, Southeastern Medical Oncology Center; Mayor David Ham, City of Goldsboro; Allison Wollen, VP Human Resources Wayne UNC Health Care; Robin Benson, Senior Mammography Technologist Wayne UNC Health Care; and Scott Satterfield, Business and Property Development Downtown Goldsboro Development Corporation.
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