It’s estimated that one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in her life. Given that many of us know someone affected by this disease—a mother, grandmother, sister or friend—that statistic isn’t all that surprising.
Fortunately, there are more treatments for breast cancer today than ever before. Even better, breast cancer screenings, like mammograms, detect cancer when it’s in its earlier stages and is easier to treat. That early detection is saving lives. In fact, the current five-year survival rate for breast cancer is 90%*
Take care of your breast and overall health by learning and following the latest breast cancer screening guidelines.