1. Pink Mammo Cruise
    Pink Mammo Cruise
    Celebrate Life08 newest addition to the family is this beautiful pink car. It is used as a billboard advertisement to get the awareness message out daily.
  2. Early Detection Saves LIves
    Early Detection Saves LIves
    Women should perform a self breast-exam each month and any changes or abnormalities should be discussed with a doctor or physician. Although Breast cancer can't be prevented, you can take the necessary precautions to stay in touch with your breast.
  3. Gift Bags for Chemo Centers
    Gift Bags for Chemo Centers
    We deliver gift bags to (3) different infusions centers in Charlotte and Matthews area. Not only do we give bags to the infusion centers but in 2017 we sponsored 600 gift bags to churches, infusion centers, senior centers and some were mailed individually.
What is a mammogram?

A mammogram is an x-ray that allows a qualified specialist to examine the breast tissue for any suspicious areas. The breast is exposed to a small dose of ionizing radiation that produces an image of the breast tissue.
Women 40 and older should have mammograms every 1 or 2 years.

Women who are younger than 40 and have risk factors for breast cancer should ask their healthcare professional whether mammograms are advisable and how often to have them.
Even women who have no symptoms and no known risks for breast cancer should have regularly scheduled mammograms to help detect potential breast cancer at the earliest possible time.
If Results are Abnormal

What happens if my mammogram results are abnormal?

If the mammogram shows an abnormal area of the breast, your doctor will order additional tests offering clearer, more detailed images of that area.

Although lumps are usually non-cancerous, the only way to be certain is to perform additional tests, such as an ultrasound or MRI.

If further tests show that the mass is solid, your radiologist may recommend a biopsy, a procedure in which cells are removed from a suspicious area to check for the presence of cancer.
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