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Early detection of breast cancer—ahead any symptoms—saves lives. Catching cancer before it spreads helps patients get care when their condition is easiest to treat. Because 1 in 8 women develops breast cancer, we encourage patients to have their first mammogram between the ages of 40 and 44. Women who carry the BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes, inherit a family history of breast cancer or possess dense breast tissue should consult with their doctor. For them, scheduling a mammogram before the age of 40 may be the right decision. As part of the comprehensive women’s care we offer at Yuma Regional Medical Center, our Diagnostic Imaging department offers these screening tests to detect breast cancer and aid in its therapy:
Mammography and breast imaging testing is offered at the following locations:
If you have any questions about mammography and breast imaging services available at Yuma Regional Medical Center, please call 928-336-7350 and we will connect you with someone that can help you.