Breast Health

MEETING THE BREAST CANCER SCREENING AND DIAGNOSIS NEEDS OF THE COMMUNITIES WE SERVE

The lifesaving benefits of routine mammography have been demonstrated by decades of medical research. With its capability to detect breast cancer at its earliest, most treatable stage, screening mammography continues to be supported by internationally-respected medical societies.

Starting annual screening mammograms at age 40—or even younger for women with certain risk factors—is a woman’s first line of defense in the fight against breast cancer.