Mammogram Service

Yearly mammograms starting at 40 offer women the best odds of
surviving breast cancer
May 23, 2018 | Anicka Slachta

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The cornerstone of the Breast Cancer Foundation provides no cost mammograms to hundreds of underserved women each year.  This important imaging technique is accessible to a population of women who otherwise may never have the opportunity to obtain breast cancer prevention and education.  In essence, this service saves lives by early detection of breast cancers which may go undiagnosed. Premier Community Check Award

The Breast Cancer Foundation assists the patient in need to find the closest certified facility for their mammogram and pay for that service.

Premier Community Health’s Executive Director Pamela Reichel, left, and Program Director Roberta Taylor accepted a check for $5,000 from James Hamilton with the Breast Cancer Foundation on Tuesday, February 16, 2010.

American Cancer Society
Guidelines For Early Detection of Breast Cancer


If you are age 40 or over:
• Clinical breast exam every year
• Breast self-exam every month
• Mammogram every year

If you are age 20 to 39:
• Clinical breast exam every year
• Breast self-exam every month

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