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Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines

If you are: 

You should: 

 40 to 49

Talk to your doctor about your risk of breast cancer, along with the benefits and risks of mammography.

 50 to 69

Have a mammogram every 2 years.

70 or older

Talk to your doctor about how often you should be tested for breast cancer.

Source: Canadian Cancer Society

 

Click here to find out if you’re eligible for breast cancer screening.

 

 

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