Utah Business Women’s Association’s Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign
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Utah Business Women’s Association is launching its annual Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign during the month of October. The organization will bring awareness to the women of the St. George area with two events.

Utah Business Women’s Association’s Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign
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A luncheon will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 13, at the Falls Event Center from 11:45 a.m. until 1 p.m., sponsored by Red Hills Wellness Center. The owner, Shelly Kirk, will present a seminar entitled “Nurture vs Nature: How to Nurture your Nature” that will examine how genetics play a role in risks for cancer and other health conditions and how understanding genetics can empower people to change those risks.

On Oct. 21 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Dixie Regional Medical Center’s InstaCare, Utah Business Women will hold its annual mammogram party. This will include activities, refreshments, fun, and support for women getting mammograms that evening. Instacare is located at 577 S. River Rd. in St. George.

Utah Business Women’s Association’s Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign
Image courtesy of Lil Barron

Utah Business Women will sponsor a tribute to breast cancer survivors, those who have died from breast cancer, and those who are currently fighting breast cancer. Please post your stories and pictures on the Utah Business Women St. George Facebook page and join UBW in its efforts to bring awareness to breast cancer through the month of October. For more information, contact Chanel Mason at (435) 673-7912 or email chanel@southernutahinsurance.com.

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