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About Breast Cancer

Some of the most common myths and relevant truths

According to the National Cancer Institute (at the NIH), mammograms are one effective way to detect tumors and microcalcifications. Mammograms are a type of x-ray. Lumps that cannot be detected via physical examination are often found through mammography screening.

Early detection of breast cancer, either through mammography or through other doctor-recommended diagnostic screening, is vital. It ensures that women can begin treatment as soon as possible, preventing spread of the disease.

The National Cancer Institute specifically recommends a mammogram combined with a clinical breast exam from your doctor as on a regular basis as the most effective methods of detecting breast cancer early. Self-checks, known as breast self-exams or BSE, can also be helpful, though it cannot replace mammograms or clinical exams.

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