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One method used to screen for breast cancer is an x-ray test known as a mammogram. Mammograms may help decrease deaths from breast cancer in women ages 40 to 74 but do come with some risks. This resource provides information on how mammograms are done, how to prepare, what they feel like, risks, results, what affects the test, and considerations to make. Speak with your health care provider about your risk for breast cancer, the available breast cancer screening options, and the risks and benefits of each.
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