October 1, 2023

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

Each year in the U.S. about 250,000 women get breast cancer and 40,000 die from the disease!

Men can also get breast cancer, but it is less common. Most breast cancer cases are in women who are 50 years old or older. Know the symptoms and if you have any of these signs or symptoms be sure to schedule an appointment with your provider!

Read below for a few ways to reduce your risk of getting breast cancer!

Do you have questions on what it takes to get screened for breast cancer? Mammograms and MRIs are the two main screenings used, but there are other options available! Talk with your provider about which option might work best for you!

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