My Mammogram Saved My Life - Frank & Edith Scarpa Regional Cancer Pavilion in Vineland
Early detection saves lives. It’s why Inspira Health puts so much emphasis on having the most innovative breast imaging and screening devices available for our patients. This includes six locations that provide convenient access to 3D mammograms, non-invasive ultrasound machines and breast MRI, among other imaging technologies.
It is recommended women ages 45-54 make mammograms a yearly part of their wellness routine, as well as women 40-44 who are at high risk for breast cancer. Women 55 and older are advised to get one every two years. Getting regular mammograms is the most important way to be proactive about your breast health.
Amy, a South Jersey resident credits a mammogram with saving her life.