A look at the data on cervical cancer among women who have breast cancer and who have never had a mammogram.
1 / 7 Getty Images The first thing we need to do is learn how to make informed decisions.
It’s important to look at your own risk factors, your own family history, your current health, your overall lifestyle and how it all plays out.
You might want to check with your doctor about breast cancer screening.
The second thing we want to know is whether or not the tests and treatments you’re considering will help you get the best results.
In addition to mammograms, you may want to consider screening for cervical cancer, especially if you’ve had one.
We’re talking about a cervical cancer screening program that will likely cost about $100,000 per year, according to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, but it could be worth it for some women.
It could mean a better life, a better quality of life, or the possibility of a lower risk of developing cervical cancer.
What if you don’t have access to mammography?
If you’re under age 65, you’re also not eligible for the mammography screening program.
Women over age 65 have to be screened at least once a year.
So, if you’re not eligible because of the age, you could have an older woman that may not be eligible for a mammography and who might still need it.
So if you haven’t had mammography, we suggest you talk to your doctor to make sure it’s something you’re ready to do.
You’ll likely have to wait at least one year before you’re eligible for mammography again, so it’s important you make an informed decision.
What do you do if you need to cancel a mammograph?
If your doctor recommends mammography for you, you can cancel it or you can continue with the plan that you’ve chosen.
But there are other things you can do as well, including calling the women’s cancer support center and getting an appointment.
We’ll update this article as more information becomes available.
If you have questions about cervical cancer or want to learn more about breast health, contact your local community health center.
This article originally appeared on MNN and was republished with permission.