Garden OB/GYN Making Strides Of LI Breast Cancer Help Tent

This year, Garden OB/GYN, along with partner, Myriad Genetics, will be participating in the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk on October 21st 2018.

The Making Strides of Long Island event will be held at Jones Beach State Park-Field 5: 1 Ocean Parkway, Wantagh, NY.

During the event our team will be hosting a Help Tent for all Walk participants. Our Garden OB/GYN expert doctors and the genetic professionals of Myriad Genetics will be stationed throughout the entire event at our Help Tent to answer any questions participants may have regarding Breast Cancer Screening and Testing. Come stop by our tent to say hello to our amazing team of Garden Providers and Myriad professionals, or come by to learn helpful information related to breast cancer or just swing by to get your face painted!

Through our participation in the American Cancer Society's Making Strides of Long Island Event, we hope to support and enhance cancer research, while also promoting awareness and education around breast cancer.

We welcome you to join our team or support our team through a donation. Any amount is welcome!

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