Just knowing what a mammogram means won’t help any women improve their chances against breast cancer. Women need to truly grasp the importance of the screening, have all their worries addressed, know how to schedule one, and ultimately follow through in order to impact their outcome. The only action that counts is getting a mammogram (and continuing forward if there is a concern).
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