Mammography – The gold standard
Breast cancer is the most common cancer for American women, except for skin cancers, and women have a one in eight chance of developing it in their lifetime1. While breast cancer deaths have decreased, Black women are 40%2 more likely to die from breast cancer than White women. But when detected early, the five-year survival rate for localized breast cancer is 99%3.
Encourage your employees to schedule their $0 screening mammogram – Please share our Early Detection Matters flyer via print, email, or intranet.
1American Cancer Society, Key Statistics for Breast Cancer
2American Cancer Society, Breast Cancer Death Rates are Highest for Black Women
3 National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc., Breast Cancer Facts & Stats