Wyoming Department of Health, Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program
The Wyoming Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (WBCCEDP), also known as Women’s Health Source, celebrates 15 years as a significant player in the early detection of breast and cervical cancer in the state of Wyoming. Since the program’s inception, thousands of at-risk women have received critical education, outreach, and screening services. The program has received special recognition from the Montana/Wyoming Tribal Leaders Council for our Native American Women’s Health Project on the Wind River Reservation, and from the CDC for Outstanding Program Success. WBCCEDP’s partnership with organizations such as the National Breast Cancer Foundation enhances its ability to continue promoting early detection of breast cancer among Wyoming women.
"This is the third year that the National Breast Cancer Foundation has provided funds to our state Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program. NBCF funds allow us to provide breast cancer screenings to hundreds of women in our state that would otherwise go without these life-saving services."
Carol Peterson, Program Manager, Breast and Cervical Program
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