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At what age can you stop getting mammograms? The answer might surprise you.
Six questions to ask about mammograms if you have breast implants.
Here are three things every high risk woman should be doing to help with the early detection of breast cancer.
Some women assume that by the time they reach their 60s, the risk of developing breast cancer is so slim that mammograms aren’t important. Here’s why Baby Boomer women should keep up the annual routine.
You get to know the technologists when you visit CDI, but you may not realize who’s working on your case behind the scenes. Meet breast radiologist Dr. Julie Sullivan.
Are you ever safe from breast cancer? Some baby boomer women assume that after a few decades of uneventful mammogram screenings, they can just quit. But as a woman ages, her risk of developing breast cancer increases.
Instead of panicking, here are four things to do if you get a callback after your mammogram.
Mammograms are great but sometimes doctors need other tools to screen for and diagnose breast cancer. Here’s how breast MRI works and why you might need one.
Do you know your risk factors when it comes to age and pregnancy? Some of this research might surprise you
Whether it’s your first mammogram or your tenth, here are the 3 best questions to ask before scheduling your appointment.