Idaho Women Make a “Pinky Promise” to Put Themselves First
Putting Idaho Women First
During the month of October, Saint Alphonsus, in partnership with local radio group Townsquare Media, embarked on a journey to inform and uplift Idaho women aged 40 years and older with a "Pinky Promise."
The promise was simple, yet profound: put yourself first. Prioritize your health and safeguard your future by getting a yearly mammogram.
If it doesn't run in your family, are annual mammograms really necessary?
Regardless of family history, yes. Early detection is critical. When found early, Idaho women have a wider index of treatment options to explore and greater chance of survival.
Mammograms are more than a medical procedure.
Mammograms are a profound act of self-love for women over 40. These screenings are not just medical procedures; they're a testament to the deep love and connection we share with our bodies and those who cherish us.
By making the "Pinky Promise" to prioritize mammograms, we honor our well-being and help secure the beautiful moments and relationships that define our lives.
Best Friends & "Pinky Promises"
While we acknowledge and promote breast cancer awareness during October, the "Pinky Promise" is more than a trend. It's the hope that Idaho women will take action and control of their health year-round, and inspire their best friends and the women around them to do so the same.
Saint Alphonsus has five cutting-edge breast care centers in the Treasure Valley. Make the "Pinky Promise" to book a 15-minute mammogram for you and your best friend here.
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