Mammograms can help diagnose breast cancer early, often when it is most treatable. Mammograms can detect any number of things, including changes in breast tissue and abnormalities. At age 40, you should start talking to your doctor about mammograms. Your doctor will let you know when to start screenings and how often you should have them.

Services & Treatment

  • Screening mammogram
  • Diagnostic mammogram
  • Digital mammogram (3D)

Schedule a screening mammogram

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Financial help is available

For financial help in Minnesota, call SAGE at 1-888-643-2584.
For financial help in Wisconsin, call the Well Women Program at 1-608-266-8311.

Patient Story - Carolyn Joy Gerard
In her 79 years, Carolyn Joy’s mammograms had always come back negative. Find out why she’s glad she listened to her doctor’s suggestion to get screened at her annual exam.

Patient Story - Deveny McCarthy
Deveny’s experience with breast cancer has turned the already outgoing soccer mom into an outspoken champion on the subject of mammograms. Read her story. 

Preparing for your first mammogram
How to prepare - and what to expect - before your first mammogram

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