Published in Cancer Weekly, August 10th, 1998
In January 1998, a change in U.S. funding required the program to close enrollment as it continued to screen women already enrolled. The Legislature stepped in and replaced some of the funds lost to the Department of Health, and ultimately, to clinics and providers across the state.
"In the last session, legislators confirmed that preventing breast and cervical cancer is a worthy endeavor, particularly given that breast cancer is epidemic in this country," said Linc Weaver, Office of Community...
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