There is a 1 in 8 chance a woman will develop breast cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. The best protection you have is to get a mammogram. The lead mammography technologist at the Olathe Health Pavilion, Janna Pinkman, ARRT, RT, has been giving mammograms for 30 years. She explains the importance of getting the screening.

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Current patients who have Patient Portal access can now schedule their mammograms online! 

Regular mammogram screenings are key in diagnosing breast cancer early. 

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