The Mary Brogan Program

  • The Mary Brogan Program provided more than 83,860 services to women and diagnosed 844 breast cancers from July 2014 to June 2017.
  • At current funding levels, the program serves less than 8.1 percent of the estimated number of Florida’s eligible women.
  • The availability of the Mary Brogan Program impacts every taxpayer, as the uninsured will eventually show up at our states’ hospitals with late-stage diagnoses, putting an even greater strain on the health system and state budgets.
  • Ensuring adequate funding is key to ensuring that low-income, uninsured and underinsured women continue to have access to vital screening services, providing newly insured women access to health education, and patient navigation services, as well as enabling proper monitoring of state and local breast cancer patterns and trends.

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