Celebrate Life: Knock Out Breast Cancer

WHAT: Breast cancer survivors modeling fashions by Dillard’s at the annual University Breast Care Center (UBCC) Celebrate Life luncheon and fashion show.

WHEN: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday (Sept. 28)

WHERE: Judson F. Williams Convention Center, One Civic Center Plaza, El Paso

EVENT: The  UBCC of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Paul L. Foster School of Medicine will  host its annual fundraising luncheon and fashion show with 10 local breast cancer survivor models and Paul L Foster School of Medicine physicians. T

his year’s theme for the fundraiser is “Knock Out Breast Cancer.” Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women. The UBCC diagnoses and treats over one third of all new breast cancers in El Paso.

The mission of the UBCC is to provide screening, diagnosis, and treatment of breast cancer to women and men in El Paso. Their target population is the medically underserved women in El Paso who for myriad reasons cannot access the private health care system.

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