Published on October 22, 2012

Milford Regional Recognized for Support to Breast Cancer Patients

The Breast Center at Milford Regional was recognized by the American Cancer Society (ACS) for their extraordinary efforts supporting breast cancer patients, while also supporting the Society’s mission to save lives and help people stay well, get well, find cures and fight back. The special presentation took place at the ACS 20th anniversary Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in Boston on October 14 at the DCR Hatch Shell.

The ACS lauded Milford’s commitment to breast cancer patients, families dealing with a loved one diagnosed with breast cancer, and raising breast cancer awareness in their communities. The Breast Center at Milford Regional was one of eight Massachusetts breast health facilities recognized and celebrated by the ACS at Making Strides in Boston for their dedication and commitment to serving breast cancer patients and caregivers.

For more information on The Breast Center at Milford Regional, visit the Breast Center page, or call 508-482-5439.

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