The yearly mammogram you get to screen for breast cancer may actually trigger breast cancer. Hard to believe?  The concentrated radiation delivered to the breasts may work to “switch on” the gene for cancer. are mammograms safe?

New research concluded that “exposure to diagnostic  radiation before age 30 was associated with an increased breast cancer risk in  BRCA1/2 mutation carriers.” Researchers recommend non-ionizing radiation imaging  techniques, such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), for those with a family history of cancer.

We strongly encourage you to read the research in the article listed below and consider the facts before scheduling your next mammogram.
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