3D Mammography

Radiologist Shardan Radmanesh explains 3D Mammography for breast cancer detection. Seeing dense breast tissue in thinner slices helps find smaller cancers earlier.

Breast Tomosynthesis (3D Mammography)

Molly Hester, MD discusses the importance of breast tomosynthesis, or 3D mammography, and how the ACS recommends that all women age 40 and over should have an annual mammogram.

3D Mammography for Breast Cancer Detection

Radiologist Jennifer Brien, MD explains 3D Mammography, known as Tomosynthesis, for breast cancer detection. Watch this Health Talks video to learn how seeing dense breast tissue in thinner slices helps find smaller cancers earlier.

No More Excuses: Schedule Your Mammogram

Here are some of the top excuses women give for not getting a mammogram and reasons why these excuses just don’t work: I don’t...

Preparing for a Mammogram

Getting a mammogram takes less time than the average coffee break. And, for one in every eight U.S. women who will develop breast cancer,...

Lower Your Risk of Breast Cancer

The following tips may help you cut your breast cancer risk: Check out your breasts. Performing breast self exams (BSE) regularly - once a...

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