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Cinco De Mammo 2018

“CINCO DE MAMMO” Celebrates New Mammography Technology at UDI with a Fun and Festive Event Hosted in Partnership with Female Influencers, including Kristine Thomas of Welli!

Saturday, May 5th

9:00am - 11:00am

University Diagnostic Institute

111 N. Lakemont Ave, Winter Park, Florida 32792

University Diagnostic Institute (UDI) announces the Genius 3D Mammography Exam, now available to the women of central Florida in their Winter Park location. In celebration of this life-saving technology, board- certified radiologist and owner of UDI, Dr. George Stanley, is hosting “Cinco de Mammo”, a fun gathering for all women and families in the community, aimed at raising awareness of the importance of annual mammograms and the difference early detection can make in breast cancer survival rates. 

Cinco de Mammo will bring together influential women in the community and women-centric businesses for a morning of food, festive drinks, prizes and giveaways. All who attend will have the opportunity to tour the UDI facility and see the Genius 3D Mammogram machine. UDI staff will be onsite to answer questions and help women become familiar with what to expect during an exam. While visiting this educational and fun event, guests also can interact with a variety of local businesses and network with women in their community.

“This event is important to me because I deal with the devastation breast cancer brings on families every day. I encourage every woman to take the time to do this for herself, and her family, because with early detection the five-year survival rate is almost 100%. I invested in Genius 3D because it has the highest accuracy which reduces the need for additional screenings.” —Dr. George Stanley, MD - Radiologist

8 out of 9 women diagnosed with breast cancer have no family history and no way of knowing they are at risk. Traditional 2D mammography can miss early signs of breast cancer; the Genius 3D Mammography Exam offers greater peace of mind by reducing unnecessary callbacks by up to 40% and is successful at finding up to 65% more breast cancers than conventional mammograms.