Answers from the Experts
Breast Health Network physicians weigh in on frequently asked questions.
- “What is the difference between 3-D mammography and traditional mammography?”
- “Will a 3-D mammogram subject me to more radiation than a traditional one?”
- “What is breast cancer and how does it form?”
- “What is the next step once a mammogram reveals something suspicious?”
- “Should I be concerned about breast pain? Could it be cancer?”
- “When should I start getting mammograms and when should I stop?”
- “How often should I be screened and with what tests?”
- “There's conflicting information on how often I should get screened. What do you say?”
- “What are my risk factors of developing breast cancer?"