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The Mammography Process

At Indiana University Health Cancer Centers you have access to the latest imaging options. Genetic testing, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of breast, 3D mammograms and Automated Breast Ultra Sound (ABUS) all assist our specialized team in identifying breast cancer in the early stages. We recommend women receive one mammogram annually starting at the age of 40.

"Talk about it. Seek support from those who have been in a similar situation as well as family and friends. The more I talked about it, the stronger I feel."

Deena Anderson, Breast Cancer Survivor

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Navigating a Biopsy

If you are advised to have a breast biopsy, our team will help with scheduling an appointment. Call 844.440.48HR to learn about the locations convenient to you.

The Answers You Need After Diagnosis

Indiana University Health Cancer Centers offers scheduling with a highly skilled breast cancer expert within 48 hours of your diagnosis. Dr. Gary Dunnington, chairman of the Department of Surgery and Breast Cancer surgeon at IU Health, explains what you will experience during your first visit.

Catherine Peachey Breast Cancer Prevention Program

If you have a strong family history of breast cancer, we are here to help. Dr. Anna-Maria Storniolo, professor of clinical medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine and director of the Catherine Peachey Breast Cancer Prevention Program at IU Health Simon Cancer Center, describes the innovative program that develops individualized surveillance plans to help manage each woman’s risk of developing breast cancer.

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