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Think Pink, Think Early Detection: Important Message from Connecticut Breast Imaging

See pink, wear pink, think pink in October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. You just saw a pink ribbon – did it remind you to schedule your annual screening mammogram? Screening mammograms save lives. One in eight women, or about 13%, will have breast cancer in their lifetime, with breast cancer second in the US only to skin cancer and being the most common cancer worldwide in 2021.

State-of-the-art screenings and diagnostics are just around the corner

Connecticut Breast Imaging offers state-of-the-art 3D mammography in a caring and relaxed environment not often found in traditional hospital settings. The practice’s radiologists are subspecialty-trained in breast imaging and are focused on unsurpassed diagnostics, interpretation, and dedication to each and every patient. The practice, with three easily accessible locations in Danbury, provides a truly safe and compassionate environment, and the most advanced radiological care available today.

So, raise awareness, start a conversation

Spread the word, help raise awareness of early breast cancer detection by asking friends and family if they’ve had their annual breast exams. You may find that some friends need that reminder, or may need help making an appointment. Others may be afraid of mammograms and might not have had one in years, or ever! Start a conversation, do research together. The earlier breast cancer is detected the better.

Connecticut Breast Imaging

Founded in 2010, Connecticut Breast Imaging is a highly regarded innovator in the field of comprehensive breast imaging and diagnosis. The practice’s focus on patient-centered care has earned its recognition in the State of Connecticut Employee Network of Distinction for Breast Biopsies. With three convenient locations in Danbury, it serves patients Monday through Friday, and also offers evening and Saturday hours. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call: 203.426.3002.

 

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