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On average, 10% of women who receive mammograms will require additional testing. However, don't be alarmed if this happens to you. Only .1-.2% of all mammograms will eventually be diagnosed as breast cancer; and when detected early, 90% of all breast cancers are treatable and curable.
During this diagnostic phase of testing, you will likely meet with our Breast Health Liaison, Mary Beth Revak, who will guide you through the breast health screening process, providing information and support as needed. If you do require additional testing, diagnostic screenings and breast MRIs can be performed in the Breast Health Center. Appointments are generally made within 48 hours.
Martha Jefferson's board-certified pathologists interpret all pathology results, so we can have your test results and diagnosis back to you before you even leave our center.