Understanding Your Breast Health
Early breast cancer detection saves lives.
You have a choice in where you go for breast imaging services. Whether it's your first time getting a mammogram or you are in need of a diagnostic procedure, you probably have questions. Learn more about some of the most common breast health questions so you can make the best decision for you, because early detection helps save lives.
- What should I expect at my first mammogram appointment?
- What are breast cancer risk factors?
- What is a digital mammogram?
- What is a 3D mammogram?
- What is a breast MRI?
For more information, please contact a center near you that offers mammograms
NOTE: Annual mammograms are recommended for women beginning at age 40, according to the American College of Radiology (ACR) and the Society of Breast Imaging (SBI). The American Cancer Society also recommends that women have the choice to begin mammography screening at age 40. For the complete, updated ACS guidelines, click here.