Even though I’m not yet 40, that magical age for women to begin receiving mammograms, I’ve had breast cancer.
That makes me a strong candidate for digital mammography, an updated version of the widely accepted and most effective form of testing for breast cancer, a disease expected to strike nearly 180,000 women this year alone.
I've had five conventional mammograms and one digital mammogram.
To learn more about mammography and my story, read my new article on digital mammography.
Also, read PJ Hamel's overview of digital mammography, breast MRI and other diagnostic technologies.
Published On: April 24, 2007