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Campaign for Clarity Tip-Off

Join the Lexington Medical Center Foundation, University of South Carolina men’s head basketball coach Frank Martin, Cocky, USC cheerleaders, the Carolina Girls and Gamecock fans for the “Campaign for Clarity Tip-Off” on Monday, November 6.

Proceeds from this event at the Colonial Life Arena will raise money for the Lexington Medical Center Foundation’s “Campaign for Clarity,” a capital campaign to provide 3-D mammography throughout Lexington Medical Center’s network of care.

Beginning at 6:30 p.m., the event includes a question and answer session with Coach Martin, hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. Tickets are $75 per person and can be purchased at LexMed.com/tipoff.

Frank Martin became the head coach of the University of South Carolina men’s basketball team in 2012. He coached the team to the school’s first-ever appearance in the Final Four in the 2017 NCAA tournament.

As a leader in cancer care in the Midlands, Lexington Medical Center has a goal of expanding its 3-D mammography program throughout the hospital’s network of care. It currently provides 3-D mammogram technology at some of its Women’s Imaging locations and physician practices.

Producing multiple images of breast tissue within seconds, studies have shown that 3-D mammography increases breast cancer detection and reduces false positives. Women who would like to schedule a 3-D mammogram at Lexington Medical Center should call (803) 791 – 2486.

For more information on the Lexington Medical Center Foundation, visit LMCFoundation.com.

Campaign for Clarity Tip-Off
Monday, November 6, 2017
6:30 p.m.
Colonial Life Arena
$75 per person
LexMed.com/tipoff

Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer

Marie Pitts has Stage 4 breast cancer. She was diagnosed with breast cancer after finding a lump during a self exam. She has received treatment at Lexington Medical Cancer Center and Duke – Lexington Medical Center’s cancer program is affiliated with Duke Health.

Marie uses her faith and experience to help inspire and help other patients in their cancer journey. She will be a model in the fashion show at Women’s Night Out, Lexington Medical Center’s dinner honoring breast cancer survivors and their families, scheduled for Tuesday, October 17 in Columbia. We’re pleased to introduce her to you in this WLTX report.

 

For tickets to Women’s Night Out, visit LMCFoundation.com. We hope to see you there!