Breast Cancer Screening
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Less than an hour out of your life can mean the difference between catching cancer early or never knowing what could have been.
The oldest millennials celebrate a milestone as they officially enter their 40s this year. If you are among them, you’re also entering a time of life when health screenings become ever more important.
Swollen lymph nodes are in response to COVID-19 vaccine. They indicate that your body is marshalling its powers to fight the perceived intruder – exactly what is supposed to happen following inoculation.
There are many misconceptions and myths around breast cancer and mammograms. Learn about three common misconceptions – and get the facts about screening mammograms.
Advances made in recent years has improved the imaging technology used to see inside the body and treat disease. Learn more about radiology and its vital role in the overall treatment process.
Breast cancer is largely curable when caught early, before it spreads. So Sherry Saltsman took her primary care physician’s advice when her mammogram was negative, but a more detailed check recommended for dense breasts was advised.
One-eighth of all U.S. women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. It's the most common cancer in women, and is the second deadliest cancer for women, surpassed only by lung cancer. Learn how you can virtually guarantee surviving this disease.
Single, married, a mother or not: if you’re a female, you have unique health and wellness needs. Learn which tests and screenings can help you maintain your health.