To give yourself the best chance at staying healthy, talk to your doctor about when and how often you should get a mammogram. Routine mammograms may detect breast cancer early, when it’s easier to treat, which is definitely a plus1. That’s why regular screenings are such a good idea.
The American Cancer Society recommends the following2:
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or the CDC, says that many factors can influence your breast cancer risk. While knowing your family history is important, most women who get breast cancer do not have a family connection to the disease. To reduce your risk for the disease, the CDC recommends the following3:
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