A Baby Boomer’s Mission to Spread the Mammogram Message
At 65, Jane became a crusader for mammograms. After 22 years of clear scans, her annual mammogram detected cancer. Jane knew many of her aging friends weren’t taking mammograms as seriously as they had in their 40’s and 50’s. Here’s why Baby Boomer women need to stick the routine and how to know when to stop:
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About Dr. Sullivan:
Julie R. Sullivan, M.D. is a board certified breast imaging radiologist at Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin Center for Diagnostic Imaging (CDI). Dr. Sullivan also serves as an assistant professor of radiology at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. Read her full bio here.
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