Mammograms detect approximately 85% of breast cancers. If there is an area that can't be seen clearly you may need additional testing. How does a radiologist use a mammogram? Watch Breast Cancer Screening Facts (Part 2) to learn more from Canyon View Women's Care provider Kristen Wright, FNP.
Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer among women, with the exception of skin cancer. Find out how much early detection can impact a person's chance of survival. Watch "Breast Cancer Screening Facts (Part 1)" to learn more.
Many of us know a loved one diagnosed with cancer. It can be life-changing and terrifying to receive that news. While cancer is one of the top causes of death in our country, the good news is that you have the power to change the odds through cancer screenings, such as mammograms. What age should... Read More
Many women who are susceptible to developing cancer have discovered this by having their yearly mammograms. This can alert family members to an increased risk of breast cancer and potentially save the lives of their loved ones.