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Radiography Students Raise Breast-Cancer Awareness in ‘Pink Out’


Radiography class holds "Pink Out"
Radiography class holds “Pink Out”

The Class of 2013 in Penn College’s radiography majors, whose curriculum includes mammography, recently donned pink in traditional recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The students were asked to dress accordingly for test day in their Pediatrics class, earning bonus points for participating in a promotion so aligned with their field.
Photo by Karen L. Plankenhorn, clinical supervisor, radiography

 

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