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[KSTP TV, July 11, 2020]   Cancer specialists are starting to worry about an increase in more severe cancer diagnoses and deaths relating to cancer because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
July 11, 2020
[Northfield News, November 04, 2019]   Beginning Thursday, Allina Health Northfield Clinic will start offering 3D mammograms. "Early detection is the best protection because finding breast cancer early improves the likelihood that treatment will be successful," said Allina Health Northfield Clinic lead physician Cindy Baumgartner in a press release.
November 04, 2019
[CTN News, November 01, 2019]   New technology could soon save lives at the Mercy Hospital campus. The Mercy Women's Health Clinic is now offering 3D mammograms.
November 01, 2019
[Faribault Daily News, October 21, 2019]   Beginning Oct. 24, District One Hospital will offer 3D mammograms.
October 21, 2019
[WCCO-TV, October 11, 2019]   October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and when women should start getting mammograms remains a confusing topic for many. Allina Health surgeon Dr. Ann Callahan at the Piper Breast Center talked with WCCO News about that issue and other ways women can protect themselves from breast cancer.
October 11, 2019
[KARE 11, April 12, 2019]   1 in 8 U.S. women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during their lifetime. The key to survival is early detection.
April 12, 2019
[WCCO-TV, April 08, 2019]   The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is proposing a new rule to require health care providers tell women if they have dense breast tissue after a mammogram. Dense tissue make it harder to detect breast cancer.
April 08, 2019
[KARE 11, January 22, 2019]   If a woman gets a yearly mammogram, she's likely been offered something new in the last few years: a 3D mammogram. She's also likely been told it will cost you more out of pocket.
January 22, 2019
[KARE 11, January 18, 2019]   When Melissa Black began fighting breast cancer last year, she knew she wasn't alone. Her husband, Charlie, and her two sons, Marcus and Donovan, fought through the tough days with her.
January 18, 2019
[KMSP Fox 9, January 01, 0001]   According to new research out this week, women who have babies have an increased risk for breast cancer, compared to women who don't give birth. The study from the University of North Carolina reports that the risk rises and then falls over time, peaking about five years after birth.
December 11, 2018