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Early Detection Saves Lives.

It's never too late to take control of your own health.

After heart disease and lung cancer, breast cancer kills more women than any other disease. The key to surviving breast cancer is early detection and the only way to ensure early detection is to see a doctor regularly for mammography screening.

  • People with average risk of developing breast cancer should start annual mammograms between 40-45 years old and continue at least until age 55.
  • Individuals with a “high risk” of developing breast cancer are typically recommended to start screening earlier.

If you think you may be at high risk of developing breast cancer, we encourage you to speak with your doctor about undergoing a risk assessment here at The Breast Health Center.

You have the power to save your own life. Don't delay.  Call 401-227-3669 or fill out the form to schedule your mammography appointment today.
 

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