Thank you for your kindness and generosity. We seem to have a lot of ongoing hard knocks in our life, and the fact that I can be at ease knowing a yearly mammogram is available to me is a true blessing. God bless you all.
– Jane, Perryville
This is a big help to women with no insurance. Thanks to everyone who helped with this program.
– Barbara, Scott City
Thank you very, very much.
–Angela, Cape Girardeau
To Dig for Life: I just want to thank you so much for making it possible for me to have my mammogram.
– Patricia, Scott City
I would like to thank Dig for Life for providing assistance to have a mammogram. It’s a very needed program.
Thank you so much for providing this service. I have been unable to have one due to being uninsured, so this was such a blessing! Everyone was so nice and helpful! Thanks a bunch!
– Gina, Whitewater
Thank you so much for your program. Without this program, I would not be able to get a mammogram screening — and my grandmother is a breast cancer survivor
– Karin, Cape Girardeau
I think it’s very important to get your yearly mammogram, and I wasn’t able to pay for it myself, so I thank Dig for Life for having this program.
– Barbara, Poplar Bluff
Thank you again. This is my second year of participation
– Linda, Cairo, Ill.
Thank you for your program. It does encourage women to do exams.
I am very grateful. I would have skipped this year.
– Linda, Marble Hill
Thanks so much for helping with a peace of mind. Without you, I wouldn’t be able to have the mammogram done.
–Avis, Bell City
Thank you so much. I’m unemployed and without insurance now, so you are a real blessing.
Dig for Life has helped me feel safe and secure because I’ve had several lumps removed over the years. I appreciate the help. I believe in routine.
– Pamela, Cape Girardeau
Thank you for helping me by paying for my mammogram. I am down on my luck right now, but it is getting better. Thank you.
–Connie, Poplar Bluff
If it were not for this program, I could not afford treatment. Thank you and your staff for going the extra mile.
– Lisa, Cape Girardeau