Discount mammogram clinics offered in West Virginia


MARTINSBURG, WV (AP) — West Virginia University Cancer Institute is offering discount mammogram clinics at two locations next month during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The 3D tomo digital mammography screening clinics will be held each Saturday.


One will be held at the Berkeley Medical Center Women’s Imaging Center in Martinsburg and another at the Jefferson Medical Center Women’s Imaging Center in Ranson.

The mammograms are $60, including the test and interpretation. The discount mammogram is available to anyone 35 or older.

Limited funds are available for anyone who can’t afford the fee.

To participate, patients must register in advance by calling 1- (844) 802-2734, option 2.

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