Illinois Breast and Cervical Cancer Program has been offering free mammograms, breast exams, pelvic exams and pap tests to eligible women since 1995. The program is aimed at women living in Illinois who do not have health insurance, have limited income, are between the ages of 40 and 64 (for mammograms and breast exams), or between 35-64 (for pelvic exams and Pap tests). Medical research in Illinois indicated that African-American women were 60 percent more likely to die from breast cancer than Caucasian women, despite similar rates of diagnosis. The Illinois Department of Health sponsored a print campaign to promote the mammogram and breast examination service among these women.
Each day new gifts are placed before you. Don’t let any of them go unopened. For information about eligibility for a free mammogram or Pap test, call 1-888-522-1282.
The garden you have planted, tended and nurtured all these years is in full bloom. For information about eligibility for a free mammogram or Pap test, call 1-888-522-1282.
The campaign, launched in 2002, was developed at Fuse, Inc, Saint Louis, by creative director Michael Franklin, art director Jerry McGee, and copywriter Clifford Franklin and Howard Work.