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Make it a Pink October!

Join Rex in Recognizing Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Rex Cancer Center Cares

Why should you "Think Pink" during October?

One in eight women will develop cancer during her lifetime.
Almost 232,670 new breast cancer cases are expected in 2014.
Breast cancer is the second most common type of cancer found in American women.
Risk factors for breast cancer include age, family history of cancer, alcohol use and obesity.
Women age 40 and older should get a mammogram every one to two years

*Statistics are according to the American Cancer Society

Early detection is the best protection. Schedule your mammogram today! 

Rex Comprehensive Breast Care Program 

A breast cancer diagnosis affects all facets of your life. At Rex, our team cares for all facets of your diagnosis. We see the whole picture.

The Rex Comprehensive Breast Care Program combines expertise with compassion to offer you excellence in breast care. We provide a one-stop shop for treatment focused on you and the support you need.

Our radiologists, surgeons and oncologists work together on your personalized treatment plan that includes:

Digital mammography, including 3D mammography
Guidance from nurse navigators
Counseling and nutrition services
Wellness and rehabilitation support programs

Call (919) 784-6878 to make an appointment or visit the Rex Comprehensive Breast Care Program for more information.

Call (919) 784-3419 to schedule a mammogram or you can schedule your appointment online.

Pink October Events

Rex Healthcare is sponsoring the following activities and events during October:

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Carolina Hurricanes #RexSaves Twitter Promotion

Rex is teaming up with the Carolina Hurricanes to raise awareness about breast cancer during October. During home games this month, simply follow @RexHealthcare on Twitter and tweet the hashtag #RexSaves for a chance to win a team-autographed hockey stick.

All you have to do is listen for the announcement during the game to follow @RexHealthcare on Twitter and tweet #RexSaves. Learn more.

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“Pink Post of the Day” with the Canes on Facebook

During each game in October, Rex will post a “Pink Post of the Day” on its Facebook page. Post an answer or reply and you’ll be entered in a drawing to win 4 tickets to a game, including dinner and a meet and greet with the players!

One winner will be chosen at random at the end of October.

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Power of Pink Tennis and Golf

A Tennis and 9-Hole Golf  fund raising event for the Rex Mobilie Mammography program to help provide free screenings for women throughout our community.

Register now!

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Pink Tote Campaign

Save Our Sisters of Rex will canvas various hair salons in October to educate the community about breast cancer awareness.

People who receive breast health education and information that day will also receive a free pink tote bag.

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2014 le Tour de Femme

Join the Rex team for this women's only, full and half metric century and fifteen mile bicycle ride in Cary to benefit the Rex Healthcare Angel Fund and the Livestrong Foundation. Funds will be used for cancer research and survivorship programs. 

le Tour de Femme
Saturday, October 11
7:30 a.m. - 12 noon
(Race starts at 9 a.m.)
Presented this year by Grab My Wheet and is hosted at Cycling Spoken Here.

Cycling Spoken Here
1377 NW Maynard Rd.
Cary, NC

Ride with Rexie's Angels on October 11!

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Ladies Night Out: Clayton 

Clayton Radiation Oncology, a partnership clinic between Rex/UNC Health Care and Johnston Health, will participate in an open house in Clayton on October 28 from 5 - 7 p.m. The "Ladies Night Out" event will include health information, tours, food, massages, makeovers and more! Learn more.

Join us for this FREE event!

Johnston Medical Center – Clayton
Johnston Professional Plaza
2138 NC Hwy 42 West
Clayton, NC 27520



Stories of Survivors

Lenora's Story

Lenora Woods had always gone along in her busy, all-consuming world looking after everyone else and never imagining breast cancer would become a part of her life. Watch Lenora's story.

Kelly's Story

At only 29 years old, Kelly Flaviani learned she had breast cancer. As a result, she embarked on a journey where she discovered many valuable life lessons. Watch Kelly's story.

Carol's Story

Carol Allen beat breast cancer not once... but twice. After a diagnosis in 2006, she discovered she would face the disease all over again in 2010. Watch Carol's story.

 Laura's Story

One week after her 42nd birthday, Laura Lillington found a lump in her right breast. Her personal faith, medical team, family and friends offered the support and guidance she needed to get here through this journey.  Watch Laura's story.

Educate yourself.

Breast Cancer Infographic PreviewWhat are the risk factors? What are the screening tests? When should you be screened? What is breast cancer? Answer all these questions and more by taking the time to read some of our trusted online resources.

  •  Breast Cancer Facts on National Cancer Institute's Website 
  •  Breast Cancer Facts Every Woman Should Know 

Rex Breast Cancer Links