Schedule Your Mammogram!

Screening is your best protection

Aside from some skin cancers, breast cancer is the most common cancer in American women. As a woman, there's a 1 in 8 chance you'll develop breast cancer at some point in your life. So what can you do? Be breast aware. Know what is normal for your breasts and if there are any changes, call your doctor. 

  • Be breast aware. Know what is normal for your breasts and if there are any changes, call your doctor.
  • Make sure you have your annual physical exam every year, which includes a clinical breast exam. 
  • If you're considered to be of average risk for developing breast cancer, start talking with your doctor at age 40 about annual screening mammograms. 
  • Schedule and keep your annual mammogram appointments. 
If you are considered to be at higher risk of developing breast cancer, your screening may start earlier. 

Don't Delay Your Screenings

We know you may be thinking about putting of this important health screening, but we want you to know it's so important that you keep up with your preventative health care. We are here for you and have a number of things in place to keep you safe during the pandemic.

Call 508-236-7770 to make your appointment

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