Apr.
11
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When Should I Get a Breast Cancer Screening?

Breast cancer screenings are vital to detecting cancer early when it’s most easily treatable. Mammography is the best tool available for reliable, non-invasive breast cancer screening.

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Apr.
05
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What Are Lifestyle Related Breast Cancer Risk Factors?

Getting a yearly mammogram is the single most effective tool in the early detection of breast cancer. Mammograms can’t prevent breast cancer, however, there are changes you can make to lower your chances of getting it.

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Mar.
19
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What Are Early Signs of Breast Cancer?

If you’ve noticed pain or tenderness in your breasts, you may be worried that your symptoms could signal breast cancer.

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Mar.
04
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Should I Be Concerned If Breast Cancer Runs in My Family?

If your mother or sister has battled breast cancer, you’re probably worried that you’ll also get it.

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Feb.
25
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What Should I Do After I Receive My Mammogram Results?

You scheduled your mammogram, went to the appointment, and had your exam. The exam went smoothly and quickly.

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Feb.
25
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Happy 2 Year Anniversary PURE Mammography!

PURE Mammography is pleased to celebrate our second anniversary! It’s been our pleasure to provide our patients in Lake Grove and the nearby communities 3D mammograms.

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Jan.
22
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Tips to Have a Painless Mammogram

Are you avoiding getting a mammogram because you’re afraid it will hurt? About 25-45% of women who don’t get mammograms cite pain as the biggest factor.

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Jan.
22
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Do Mammograms Really Save Lives?

If you’ve been researching mammograms, you’ve probably read a lot of conflicting information. “Should I get one?” “What age should I get one?” “Are they effective?” You can find different answers to these questions and more from different health websites.

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Dec.
17
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How to Prepare for Your 1st Mammogram

If you’ve recently turned 40, your primary physician has probably advised you to add mammogram screenings to your annual healthcare regimen.

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Dec.
17
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How to Determine If You Have a Dense Breast

Have you recently had a mammogram and were told that you have dense breast tissue? If so, you may have questions about what dense breast tissue is.

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