Confused about mammography screening? Don’t be, here are the FACTS

Monday, February 29, 2016
You might be wondering…when should I get my first mammogram? 40? 45? 50? And then once I get it how often should I get one, every year? Every other year? Too many organizations are recommending too many different things about when to begin and how often to get a mammogram. So if you are confused you have good reason to be.

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The Society of Breast Imaging‘s goal for its initiative End the Confusion is to provide evidence based information on breast cancer screening. We will continue to provide information and resources as well as our views on the latest breast cancer screening news so we encourage you to regularly visit the website, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter (@BreastImaging). Hopefully we have addressed and will continue to address any and all confusion you experience when it comes to breast cancer screening. 

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