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FDA Office of Women's Health News: Join the National Mammography Day Thunderclap
Spread the Word about the Importance of Regular Breast Cancer Screenings
Join the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Office of Women’s Health (FDA OWH) National Mammography Day Thunderclap on October 20, 2017.
Mammograms can help save lives! They help find breast cancer at an early stage, which can lead to early treatment, a range of treatment options, and increased chances of survival. However, many women do not get regular mammography screenings. We need your help to spread awareness about the importance of regular mammograms.
You and your partners are key in helping spread a lifesaving message: early detection matters. Together, we can inspire women across the country to learn more about breast cancer screening and to get regular mammograms. Please consider joining the National Mammography Day Thunderclap!
Join the Thunderclap to spread the word about National Mammography Day and the importance of regular mammograms
What Happens Next? When you join the Thunderclap, this message will be automatically released from your selected social media accounts on Friday, October 20, at 1:00 pm ET / 12:00 pm CT:
“On #NationalMammographyDay, encourage women to get regular #mammography screenings for #BreastCancer. http://thndr.me/uWNnE9”
The result will be a “thunderclap” of simultaneous Twitter and Facebook posts about National Mammography Day that will reverberate across social media. This is a great way for you and your communities to spread awareness about the importance of breast cancer screenings and to encourage women to schedule a mammogram.
Please note the message will be released from your designated account on Friday, October 20, at 1 pm ET / 12 pm CT only one time.
Help Spread the Word To spread the message even further, we invite you to share additional social media messages on your platforms to encourage your followers to join the Thunderclap. A few samples are included below.
Twitter Join @FDAWomen for the #NationalMammographyDay Thunderclap Oct. 20 & encourage regular #BreastCancer screenings. http://bit.ly/2gcvHoD
Oct 20 is #NationalMammographyDay. Join the @FDAWomen Thunderclap & talk to women you love about #mammograms. http://bit.ly/2gcvHoD
Join @FDAWomen’s #NationalMammographyDay Thunderclap & learn where to find an FDA certified mammography facility. http://bit.ly/2gcvHoD
Facebook Mammograms can help save lives. Join @FDA Office of Women’s Health on October 20 for the #NationalMammographyDay Thunderclap to encourage women to get regular #mammograms. Learn how to participate in the Thunderclap to share important information about mammograms with women in your community today. http://bit.ly/2gcvHoD
October 20 is #NationalMammographyDay. Talk to women in your community about how #mammograms can help save lives. The FDA has the resources you need to learn more about mammograms, and to find certified places to get a mammogram through its Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA) Program, which regulates the standards for mammography machines and mammography training. Learn more and help raise awareness by signing up for the @FDA Office of Women’s Health Thunderclap now. http://bit.ly/2gcvHoD
Website To help share information and free resources about mammograms and other important women’s health topics, please consider linking to our webpage from your website.
More Information What’s the FDA’s role? The FDA’s Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA) Program regulates the standards for mammography machines and training for the people who provide mammography services. Under MQSA, all mammography facilities must be certified. Women can look for the MQSA certificate when they go to get their mammogram.
For more information about why mammograms are important, how women should prepare for one, and how women can find an FDA-certified facility to get a mammogram, go to the FDA OWH website.
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