Mammography Saves Lives

Breast cancer unfortunately doesn’t stop – not even for a global pandemic. 

So, screening can’t afford to, either. Keeping up with medical care—especially following the COVID-19 pandemic—will help ensure your health in the future. While you may have reservations about going to the doctor now, do not allow fear of the virus to prevent you from scheduling your mammogram and detecting any problems early.

Simply put: mammography (still) saves lives!

Click the images below to learn more. 

View this infographic to learn how your radiology practice will keep you safe during your mammogram.

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Is it safe to schedule my mammogram?

Here are some tips to help you prepare for your mammogram.

Share your concerns about scheduling your exam with your doctor, discuss your individual risk and decide together when it is safe for you to return to care.  

Survivor Story

Robin was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 40. Hear her story. 

One in six breast cancers occurs in women aged 40–49.

Mammography has helped reduce breast cancer mortality in the U.S. by nearly 40% since 1990.

3/4 of women diagnosed with breast cancer have no family history of the disease and are not considered high risk.

Mammography Saves Lives