Pink October promo at KPJ Puteri

KPJ Puteri Specialist Hospital Johor Baru introduces Tomosynthesis 3-D Biopsy, a new dimension in breast health, at a promotional price during Breast Cancer Awareness month.

The Pink October promo is on now
at KPJ Puteri Specialist Hospital
Puteri Specialist Hospital (PSH) was the first private hospital in JB since April 2015, to offer three-dimensional digital mammograms that have more advantages over the previous process.

The hospital’s promotion this October, dubbed “Think Pink” offers 3D mammogram screening at a promotional price of only RM180 (Normal price at RM280) from now till Oct 31.

“In line with our tagline, “Care for Life” we strive to care for patients continuously through roadshows, awareness programmes, health talks and promotions because we are aware that the best prevention is early detection,” said KPJ PSH Operations Manager, Muhammad Tareq Mamat.

“We encourage women to go for regular health and mammogram screening and stay healthy to protect their loved ones and be there for them,” he added.

He also explained that the Tomosynthesis 3-D Biopsy process has the benefit of producing less radiation while giving more precise diagnosis, more accurate biopsy, faster detection and above all, feels more comfortable.

The “Think Pink” promotion is available in PSH from Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 4pm and on Saturday from 8.30pm to 12 noon.

PSH will be holding their next Health Roadshow at AEON Bukit Indah on Oct 24, from 10am to 4pm and the public are invited to join them for a blood donation drive and to learn more about what they can do to protect their own health.

Besides receiving more information about the benefits of the 3D mammogram through Tomosynthesis 3-D Biopsy, the public can also learn Breast Self-Examination (BSE) and more about breast cancer.

The roadshow also offers basic health screening, learning about hand hygiene and tips on healthy cooking from a cooking demonstration.

For more information on the Think Pink promotion, Tel: 607 – 225 3222 and 6019 – 744 2692.

A version of this was published in The Malaysian Insider on 18 Oct 2015

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