UNT Health again serves Dallas/Ft. Worth 3-Day as medical partner

October 23, 2007

UNT Health, the faculty physician group of the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, is proud to be the medical partner for the 2007 Dallas/Ft. Worth Breast Cancer 3-Day benefiting the Susan G. Komen Foundation and the National Philanthropic Trust. This is the second year UNT Health will fill this role.

UNT Health physicians and nurses will care for the thousands of walkers expected along the 60-mile route and in the overnight “base camp.”

“We’re at the event to care for any medical problems that may occur,” said Dr. Brent Sanderlin , who heads up this year’s UNT Health team at the 3 Day. “Members of the medical crew are stationed at all pit stops along the route of the 3 Day and in the medical tent at camp.”

Learn more about the Dallas/Ft. Worth Breast Cancer 3-Day or see a video about how the Breast Cancer 3-Day changes lives.

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