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  • How to Staging Breast Cancer? Useful information for women

    Breast cancer is one of the most dangerous diseases in women. His prognosis is directly influenced by the stages of breast cancer. To establish them, at least 5 diagnostic methods are used. Early […]

  • Brain metastases in breast cancer

    Low survival rate. Brain metastases in breast cancer occur with unfavorable forms of breast cancer: the choice of treatment method depends on the timeliness of diagnosis and the severity of metastasis. […]

  • Lobular breast cancer

    Less frequent and more favorable. Lobular breast cancer is amenable to hormone therapy, which improves the prognosis for survival: although it is a carcinoma, the chances of recovery are much greater. […]

  • Breast proliferation

    Mastopathy refers to a benign pathology in which precancer may occur. The proliferation of the mammary gland with cellular atypia is detected during the examination – the presence of obligate precancer […]

  • Bone metastases in Breast Cancer

    More often than in other carcinomas, except for myeloma. Bone metastases in breast cancer are detected in 80% of patients with advanced forms of oncology. Why does this happen, and what are […]

  • Is chemotherapy effective for breast cancer?

    Chemotherapy for breast cancer is an effective treatment with cytostatic agents. Its purpose is to destroy all cancer cells and prevent them from spreading in the body. This distinguishes it from methods […]

  • Breast cancer affects men too! What are his symptoms?

    Not many people know that breast cancer in men is same cancer as in women. Of course, the frequency of its detection is much lower, and therefore men do not pay […]

  • Breast Cancer in Detail: Different Types, Symptoms, and Treatment

    Recently, breast cancer has been talked about very often, because it is one of the most common types of cancer among women. In fact, it also affects men, but much less […]

  • How Soon Should Women Start Getting Breast Exams

    How Soon Should Women Start Getting Breast Exams?

    A surge in the number of breast cancer cases among women is alarmingly becoming more widespread in many countries today, due to some factors which predispose these women to the […]

  • Can You Prevent Breast Cancer

    Can You Prevent Breast Cancer?

    Every woman can be at risk for breast cancer. However, if you change your lifestyle, control the foods you eat and your physical activities, you can find ways to prevent […]

  • Breast Cancer Screening

      Empowering Women with Science After an in-depth review of the strongest available science on the benefits and harms of screening mammography, as well as input from the public and […]

  • Breast Cancer

    Breast Cancer

    Breast cancer is cancer that develops from breast tissue. Signs of breast cancer may include a lump in the breast, a change in breast shape, dimpling of the skin, fluid […]

  • What is adenosis of the mammary glands?

    Every fourth case of malignant tumors occurs in breast cancer. This disease claims thousands of lives every year. However, in many cases, its dire consequences can be prevented with timely diagnosis and […]

  • Mammary cancer. What is this disease?

    Introduction The purpose of this series of articles is to help you, your family, and those close to you expand knowledge about breast cancer and understand what this disease is […]

  • Submit Public Comment

    This opportunity for public comment expires on May 18. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) welcomes you to the public comments page. We are seeking comments to help make […]

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    About the 2016 final recommendations What are the Task Force’s breast cancer screening recommendations? What did the Task Force find about women age 75 and older? Does the Task Force recommend […]

  • What Role Can Fitness Play In Treating & Preventing Cancer

    What Role Can Fitness Play In Treating & Preventing Cancer?

    Are you a health-conscious type of person? Does the word “Cancer” give you the chills and the paranoia? Well, sit back and relax as we give you a complete list in terms […]

  • breast cancer screening recommendations

    How Close Are We To A Cure?

    An increasing number of cases of various types of breast cancer among women are being reported by many researchers today, making the need to find a cancer cure more urgent than ever. […]

  • Newsroom

    The following is information about the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) for use by the media. The USPSTF is an independent panel of non-Federal experts that makes recommendations on […]

  • Read the Final Materials

    Final Recommendation Statement, Evidence Reviews, and Decision Modeling Reports Recommendations made by the USPSTF are independent of the U.S. government. They should not be construed as an official position of […]


After an in-depth review of the strongest available science on the benefits and harms of screening mammography, as well as input from the public and health care professionals during the public comment period, the Task Force issued its final recommendations on breast cancer screening on January 12, 2016. You can learn more about how the Task Force’s final recommendations converge with other evidence-based guidelines in an editorial published in Annals of Internal Medicine.


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