Notable football player promotes preventive health screenings

PLANO, TX, December 16, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ — Advanced Body Scan has announced that Jason Witten, famous All Pro NFL Tight End of American football fame, joined Advanced Body Scan as their new Brand Ambassador. Witten, known for his leadership on and off the field, including the Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year Award, continues the commitment to his community by helping Advanced Body Scan spread the word that preventive health and wellness screenings are both life-enhancing and affordable.

Witten grew up in Elizabethton, Tennessee where he attended school and was heavily involved in athletics, especially football. He has achieved numerous awards and honors in his career. Witten is very involved in the community with charity and youth organizations, both at the local and national levels.

Witten, a family man, brings a relevant awareness to being more vigilant about health concerns and substantiates how staying in front of chronic disease through early detection has been proven to save lives.

“As we grow Advanced Body Scan’s outreach, we champion strong, people-centered individuals,” said Steve Marler, founder of Advanced Body Scan. “Our stories of survival tell a compassionate story of how one scan can save your life. And Jason’s passion and concern for others helps us get that message out.”

About Advanced Body Scan:
Advanced Body Scan of Texas and Oklahoma have provided cancer and heart disease screening services to citizens, military and first responders for over 10 years. Utilizing some the most advanced scanning and Low-Dose Computed Tomography (LDCT) imaging technology available, its high-resolution, low-dose and patent pending protocols help ensure doctors and licensed medical professionals are detecting signs of chronic diseases in patients at the earliest possible stage.

Cancer and heart diseases are the leading killers in both men and woman in the US. These diseases can lay dormant and undetected until they manifest themselves into a late stage disease and a life-threatening or debilitating event. Early detection and treatment of these diseases are critical to survival and supported by many medical professionals, cardiologists, medical societies and government agencies, which recommend LDCT as the best defense for early detection. Learn more at

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