Routine mammograms, which are X-rays of the breast, may detect breast cancer early while it’s easier to treat.
Speak with your doctor about when and how often you should get a mammogram.1 The American Cancer Society recommends:
Humana members may save money on mammograms. Visit MyHumana.com to view the details your plan coverage.
While knowing your family history is important, many additional factors may influence your breast cancer risk. That’s why maintaining a healthy lifestyle is important in reducing your risk for the disease. Good health practices include:
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