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Get screened for breast cancer
If you’re in a certain age or population group, you can also have screening tests that help find breast cancer before you’ve even noticed symptoms. Take control of your health – see your doctor regularly and know when you should be screened for certain cancers.
- When should I be screened for breast cancer?
- What happens when you have a mammogram?
- What are the benefits and limitations of screening for breast cancer?
- How do I find a breast screening program?
- How do I know if I am at high risk for breast cancer?
- What you should know about breast cancer screening in your 40s
- Make regular breast cancer screening part of your healthy lifestyle (video)
After 5 successful years, the Canadian Cancer Society Ontario’s Women to Women program has wrapped up. Since the campaign started, Health Ambassadors have conducted over 18,000 conversations about breast cancer screening.
Using the information above, we encourage you to continue having conversations with the women in your life about screening and encourage them to get tested themselves.