It becomes increasingly more important as you age to keep tabs on your health and ensure that you make time for yearly wellness exams, including getting a mammogram if you're in your 40's and over.
The doctors and staff of The Woman’s Clinic are proud to announce 3D mammography is now available at both the Jackson and Madison offices.
The last thing a woman needs in her life is more guilt, especially when either facing a breast cancer diagnosis or simply getting a breast cancer screening.
Who would have ever thought that the idea of mammograms would be controversial? There are many voices on the subject with varied opinions and women’s groups who advocate for those differing stands.
Yearly breast exams don’t traditionally begin until a woman reaches the age of 40, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have your breasts examined regularly.
In the future, women may be able to get “two for the price of one” as it relates to prevention screenings.
It has been long thought that a woman with a genetic risk for breast cancer would be unable to avoid the diagnosis, but new research shows that may not be true.
Women's annual health screenings are crucial tests that save lives every year, and now research shows that your annual mammogram may have the added benefit of also showing your likelihood of developing or having heart disease.
A Netherlands team of researchers has concluded after a large study conducted from 1999-2012, that early detection of breast cancer with regular mammograms is still the best way to save lives.
The news has been filled with yet another conflicting, new mammography guideline. What to make of the different recommendations? We break it down here.