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Protect your breast health.

Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer diagnosed in women, and in Delaware and the U.S., it is the second-leading cause of death in women. Annual breast cancer screenings can help women identify changes in their breasts early, when the cancer is most treatable. Women should also become familiar with the look and feel of their breasts, and report any changes to their health care provider.

Two happy women and breast cancer survivors

What is breast cancer?

Breast cancer can happen to women as they age, when the milk glands and ducts in the breast change to more fatty tissue. A mammogram takes X-ray-type pictures of the breast that allow doctors to “see” if there are signs of cancer or any changes that could lead to cancer.

Nurse Navigators

Delaware nurse navigators can help you get screened for cancer.

Whether you have insurance or not, Delaware nurse navigators can help you get screened for cancer and provide follow-up help when you get your results. Choose from the list below to call a nurse navigator directly, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., or click the call request button to have a nurse navigator contact you.

A Nurse Navigator on the phone supporting a patient
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