Category: Mammogram

Mammograms

Experts generally agree that women should begin having these breast X-rays, which may identify breast cancer, no later than age 50. Talk to you doctor about whether to be screened annually or every other year. If you have risk...

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Mammograms May Do Double Duty

Women who face cardiac problems may want to first get screened for breast cancer. Doctors in New York are proposing duel duty for mammograms because the screening technology can spot a key sign of heart disease, which kills 10...

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Putting Off A Mammo?

Here’s why you shouldn’t!  When women wait longer than 12 to 18 months between mammograms, develop breast cancer, it’s more likely to have spread to the lymph nodes, says researchers at Northwestern...

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