Susan G. Komen North Jersey FREE Women’s Wellness Expo

Get your Passport to Health and start the journey to a healthier you! Women’s Wellness Expo will offer FREE screenings including clinical breast exams, mammograms*, flu shots, blood pressure, glucose, cholesterol, vision, dental, PSA, HIV and more!  Activities for the whole family (men and families encouraged to attend!) include a personal Passport to Health booklet for tracking your progress at the event (prizes for “stamps!”), Breast Health/Breast Cancer speaker, health/wellness exhibits, fitness/nutrition demonstrations, survivor support, medical information, giveaways, and kids’ zone.

*Mammograms start at 10:00am and are available to all women (free for uninsured).

For more information, call 908-277-2904, email cure@komennorthjersey.org, or visit www.komennorthjersey.org/EXPO.

ABOUT SUSAN G. KOMEN NORTH JERSEY

The mission of Susan G. Komen North Jersey is to save lives by meeting the most critical needs in our communities and investing in breakthrough research to prevent and cure breast cancer. Through the annual Race for the Cure®, Pink Tie Party and other events and activities, Komen North Jersey raises funds to support local community non-profit organizations that provide screening and diagnostic services, breast health/breast cancer education, treatment support, patient navigation and survivorship programs for underserved women and men in Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Morris, Passaic, Somerset, Sussex, Union and Warren counties. Since its founding in 1997, Komen North Jersey has awarded over $19 million in local community grants and has directed more than $7 million to national research programs in pursuit of new breast cancer screening techniques, better and more effective treatment options, and ultimately, the causes and cures to eradicate breast cancer forever. 

Contact Information
  1. 9082772904
  2. cure@komennorthjersey.org
Sun, October 06
12:00 pm — 4:00 pm
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Get your Passport to Health and start the journey to a healthier you! Women’s Wellness Expo will offer FREE screenings including clinical breast exams, mammograms*, flu shots, blood pressure, glucose, cholesterol, vision, dental, PSA, HIV and more! Activities for the whole family (men and families encouraged to attend!) include a personal Passport to Health booklet for tracking your ...

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