Most women – no matter their age – are familiar with a mammography study. But there are occasions when your doctor might order a breast ultrasound instead of a mammography. So, what is the difference?
Preparing for a mammogram in the correct way can help to reduce anxiety about the procedure and provide more accurate results. Consider these important tips when you prepare for your next mammogram appointment.
You just found out a friend or family member has been diagnosed with cancer. You’re sad and worried, but most of all you want to help. Kimberly Higgins, LCSW, MSW, OSW-C, DRCC, is an oncology social worker and through her work in cancer care provided some key insights as to how you can really help someone with cancer.