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Mammograms-who, when, and why

During Breast Cancer Awareness Month I want to remind you of physician recommendations for screening. Currently, the only test recommended for screening is mammography. 621 more words

Diseases, Injuries, And Dying

Go Pink

This post is a little different than my usual, but since it is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I thought addressing typical patient questions would be more appropriate. 568 more words

Global Breast Cancer Screening Market Research by Region, Production, Consumption, Revenue, Market Share and Growth Rate to 2022

MarketResearchNest.com adds “Global Breast Cancer Screening Market Research Report 2017” new report to its research database. The report spread across 116 pages with multiple tables and figures in it. 454 more words

Medical Devices

Where to Get: Free/Low-Cost Breast Cancer Screening in Zimbabwe

Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in Zimbabwe affecting women (according to 2012 statistics, the third most common, after Cervical cancer and Kaposi’s Sarcoma), and the third most common cause of death among those cancers. 256 more words


thedimpledone reblogged this on Life with Dimples and commented:

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. This post by the Quarter Wife has very valuable information on the various places you can get screened. Please take the time to read through, find the nearest place to you and get tested! Early detection can save your life!

No more excuses: Free program improves access to mammograms

What would it take for you to get screened for breast cancer?

The Upstate Cancer Center has someone who will

* schedule the mammogram appointment for you, 145 more words


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I wanted to post a link to an ACOG (American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology) publication answering questions about breast cancer screening.   22 more words

Breast Cancer

Here’s When Women Should Be Screened for Breast Cancer

At age 45. At age 50. Once a year. Once every two years. If you’re trying to find some consensus on when and how often women should get screened for breast cancer with mammograms, you’re not going to find universal agreement. 1,073 more words