by: Tonja Bell
I encourage you to get a mammogram if you are over 40. If there is a history of breast cancer in your family, be smart. Don't wait. Pretending that it is not there or that it is a possibility is not a great choice to make.
If you have a suspicious mammogram, take some deep breaths. Try not to panic. (I know it is easier said than done.) But I am telling you from experience: panic, fear, and worry only make the situation worse. Focus on the facts, the things that you know, and take things one step at a time.
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