While mammograms are necessary to staying proactive, we understand they can be an intimidating and often uncomfortable scan. Whether it's the actual procedure or waiting for results from your radiologists, mammograms can bring about anxiety in any patient. Here are a few tips from our team at Rosetta Radiology on how to stay calm during a mammogram.
Each year, over 40 million screening mammograms are performed in the United States as more people are recognizing the vital role they play in early detection. If you have yet to experience a mammogram screening, we will discuss what to expect when you get a mammogram.
Breast cancer affects women all across the world. It does not discriminate based on age, ethnicity, or social status. But one thing many woman diagnosed with breast cancer have is their overwhelming will to survive, even with all the odds stacked against them. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, here are just a couple inspiring ways women beat the odds in the face of breast cancer.
Surviving Breast Cancer As A Single Parent
Being a single parent is difficult enough without also having to fight for your life against breast cancer. Learning you have cancer as […]
When it comes to breast cancer, regular screening tests are a woman’s first line of defense in discovering breast cancer or breast abnormalities during the early stages before progression. Early detection through screening has given women—and men—a fighting chance in beating breast cancer. With that being said, there’s still a lot of uncertainty about when people should actually start undergoing preventative screenings for breast cancer. Oftentimes we get patients asking the age-old question: “When should I get a mammogram”? Here’s some more information on the topic.
A mammogram is an X-ray picture of the breast. Doctors […]