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W dniach 7-9 kwietnia 2010 r. Urząd Miasta i Gminy Nowa Dęba oraz Fundacja \”SOS ŻCIE\” z Mielca zapraszają po raz czwarty na bezpłatne badania mammograficzne Panie w wieku 50-69 lat (bezpłatne badanie raz na 2 lata) i na bezpłatne badania cytologiczne Panie w wieku 25-59 lat (bezpłatne badanie raz na 3 lata).

Mammobus stanie obok Samorządowego Ośrodka Kultury w Nowej Dębie i będzie czynny w godz. 9.00 – 17.00.


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