Upland Hills Health and Dr. Adam Dachman are proud to announce that a concert will be held on July 23 in Mineral Point as part of the Pink Key program.
The Pink Key program is an initiative at Upland Hills Health that promotes the use of digital mammography as an early breast cancer detection tool. The new service increases image clarity while reducing radiation exposure.
The goal of the Pink Key program is to get as many women as possible to proudly display a pink key on their keychain after their mammography appointments. The pink key signifies a woman’s commitment to use digital mammography to detect breast cancer at its earliest stages.
Dr. Dachman is the Chief of Surgery at Upland Hills Health. He is also a pianist-composer who has been heard nationally on programs such as NBC’s Today show and ABC’s Good Morning America, as well as numerous cable television programs. Dr. Dachman will be performing a variety of piano-based pieces from the new age and pop genres, as well as an original piece titled “This Pink Key.”
“We see lots of great stories where we catch breast cancer early,” says Dr. Dachman about the Pink Key program, “but there are also too many tragedies where it’s detected too late. I encourage women to make mammography a priority. If you don’t do it for yourself, do it for the people around you who count on you and care about you.”
The concert will be held at the Mineral Point Opera House at 8 pm. Doors open at 7 pm. General admission is free to those who have tickets.
Tickets are available at the following locations:
For a complete list of locations as well as other information about the Pink Key program, click here or contact Jodi Cecil, Community Relations Specialist, at (608) 930-7112.