PLEASANTON, Calif. — Safeway here has unveiled its company-sponsored mobile mammography van, as well as a record in funds raised to fight prostate cancer.
The retailer donated $1 million to cover the cost of the van and its first two years of operation with proceeds from last October's breast cancer fund-raising campaign, company spokeswoman Teena Massingill told SN.
The mobile screening vehicle, a 40-foot, self-contained clinic, will use digital screening technology recently approved by ...
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