Breast Cancer Screening Reminder

Why Get Screened?

Breast cancers found during a mammogram are more likely to be smaller and still confined to the breast. Finding breast cancer early (called early detection) can improve the chances that breast cancer can be treated successfully and with more treatment options, less extensive surgery, and ultimately, better treatment outcomes.

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Who Should Get Screened?

The American Cancer Society’s breast cancer screening guidelines vary based on a woman’s age and risk factors for breast cancer. Talk to your doctor about the screening plan that is best for you.
See the American Cancer Society’s breast cancer screening guidelines.

 

Have questions about breast cancer?

Our trained cancer information specialists are available at 1-800-227-2345 every minute of every day to give people the answers they need about cancer.

How Does Our Breast Cancer Screening Reminder Work?

You fill out a brief form to sign up. We will email you a reminder during your birth month with information about breast cancer recommend based on our latest guidelines.

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Sign up for the The American Cancer Society Breast Screening Reminder Tool

The American Cancer Society Breast Screening Reminder Tool is free.