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WATERBURY, Conn. – Oct. 15, 2022 – Waterbury HEALTH Breast Cancer Center is sponsoring the Third Annual Pink Mask Campaign to raise awareness about Breast Cancer and the importance of prevention and early detection.

As part of the campaign patients and employees of Waterbury HEALTH will be given free pink masks to wear during the month of October. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to raise awareness about the impact of breast cancer. This will be the third year Waterbury HEALTH is giving away pink masks as part of this campaign.

Masks can be picked up at the following Waterbury HEALTH Locations:

            Breast Health Center, 134 Grandview Ave., Suite 105, Waterbury, and

                        32 Poverty Road, Southbury

Waterbury Hospital Imaging, 64 Robbins Street, Ground Floor

Alliance Medical Group, 1625 Straits Turnpike, Middlebury, Surgery Suite, 200

For each mask worn in October, Waterbury HEALTH Breast Health Center will donate $1 to Are You Dense, a non-profit that educates women about breast density and how it affects cancer detection

About Waterbury HEALTH

Waterbury HEALTH, which includes Waterbury Hospital, Alliance Medical Group, Cardiology Associates of Greater Waterbury, VNA Health at Home and Access Rehab Centers, Greater Waterbury Imaging Center, offers comprehensive healthcare services including primary care, emergency and acute care, and home healthcare. Serving Waterbury and 11 surrounding communities in Western Connecticut, Waterbury HEALTH is a member of Prospect Medical Holdings, Inc., a national family of hospitals and healthcare networks.