Do I Really Need a Mammogram?

An annual mammogram is an essential part of prioritizing your health. This simple screening can detect breast cancer at an early stage when it’s most treatable.

Elizabeth Revesz, MD, breast surgeon with the Penn Medicine | Virtua Cancer Program, explains the benefits and addresses common concerns about mammograms.

To request an appointment or a free guide about breast health, visit https://go.virtua.org/breastscreening.

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