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Drs. Lauren Cornell and Kristin Robinson explain breast density and the breast cancer screening options available for women with dense breasts.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force is proposing changing its guidelines to recommend all women begin screening mammography at age 40.
Fear of discrimination may keep people who identify as LGBTQ from getting potentially lifesaving cancer screenings.
One of the best tools to prevent cancer is regular screening, says Dr. Christine Klassen, such as a mammogram to detect breast cancer.
Honor this year's Black History Month theme, "Black Health and Wellness," by sharing this important information with others.
Andrea Beckendorf's decision to get breast cancer screening despite the COVID-19 pandemic led to an early diagnosis of treatable breast cancer.
An article published in the October issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings offers recommendations regarding supplemental screening for women with dense breast tissue.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar held a press conference at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, on Oct. 14 to promote the use of preventive health services and emphasize the importance of breast cancer screening.