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Starting annual mammograms at age 40 saves lives.

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Starting annual mammograms at age 40 saves lives.

The survival rate for women diagnosed with early stage breast cancer.

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Breast cancer doesn't run in my family so I don't need to get mammograms.
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75% of women diagnosed with breast cancer have no family history.
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I'll never got it because my breasts are too small.
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There is no evidence that breast size is linked to risk for breast cancer.
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If you don't feel a lump, you don't need a mammogram.
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Mammograms can detect cancer several years before a lump can be felt.
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I've had a mammogram so I don't need any more.
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All women over 40 should have a yearly mammogram.
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1 in 8 US women (about 12%) will develop breast cancer over the course of her lifetime.

Every 13 minutes breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among women. On average one woman will die of breast cancer.

Every 2 minutes a woman in the US is diagnosed with breast cancer.

Up to 37 lives per day in the US are saved by mammograms – more than 13,000 lives per year.

Risks for Breast Cancer

Ways to Prevent Breast Cancer

The survival rate for women diagnosed with early stage breast cancer.

Since 1990, mammography has helped reduce breast cancer mortality in the U.S. by nearly

For every 1,000 women who have a screening mammogram

100 are recalled for further screening

20 are recommended for biopsy

5 are recalled for further screening

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