Breast cancer screening (including clinical breast exam and mammography) is important for all women. If you are at higher risk of breast cancer, you may need to be screened earlier and more often than women at average risk. Breast cancer screening is only recommended for some men at very high risk due to an inherited gene mutation or a strong family history of breast cancer. LEARN MORE>
SCREENING AND DETECTION
The warning signs of breast cancer are not the same for all women. The most common symptoms are a change in the look or feel of the breast, a change in the look or feel of the nipple and nipple discharge. LEARN MORE>
Women Should Have Access to and Coverage for Mammography
Susan G. Komen believes all women should have access to regular screening mammograms when they and their health care providers decide it is best based on their personal risk of breast cancer. In addition, screening should be covered by insurance companies, government programs and other third-party payers. Read more from our press release.
- Join Us for Survivor Day on April 1 February 28, 2017
- Registration Open for the Ocean City Race for the Cure February 28, 2017
- December Newsletter January 12, 2017