The older you get, the higher your risk of cancer. We all know it.
And with the rate at which the world’s population is growing – and aging – there are more cases of cancer than ever before.
There’s nothing good about this, right?
Well, there is ONE thing. And that’s the fact that technology has now developed to the point where detecting cancer is faster, simpler and more accurate.
As long as you know WHAT you need checked, how it’s done, and how often
Now, all women aged 40 years and over know that having a mammogram every year can be life-saving.
Each year, around 21 in every 100,0000 women die from breast cancer in the U.S.
It’s estimated that around 12.4 percent of women will be diagnosed with this deadly disease at some point during their lifetime.
Some may have had mammograms, some have may not. The thing is, a standard mammogram was never 100 percent accurate at detecting cancer.
Which is why a new test has been developed. It’s available now – and most women don’t even know it.