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The Wrap - New Mobile Mammography Unit

Season 6, Ep. 2

Soon, there will be an exciting addition to U-M Health’s ambulatory care services, focused on increasing access to cancer care and screening closer to home, and improving Michigan Medicine’s community presence to reduce health inequities Starting in February at the Ypsilanti Health Center, the organization will be offering on-site mammography screening services through a new Mobile Mammography Coach. Tony Denton, senior vice president and chief operating officer for U-M Health. recently joined The Wrap for an in-depth conversation about the new unit and why it is so important for both the organization and the communities it will serve. Check it out today!

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