HOUSTON, March 20 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the National Cancer Institute, 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. More than 40,000 women will die of breast cancer in the United States this year. The disease is second only to lung cancer as the leading cause of cancer deaths in American women.
Throughout her career as a mammographer, Carole Aydell has heard countless excuses for why women refuse to get mammograms. Her new book, "Baring Your Breast -- Mammograms: A Positive Experience" (published by AuthorHouse -- http://www.authorhouse.com), stresses the importance of mammograms for the early detection and prevention of breast cancer, and provides women with the tools necessary to make their next mammogram experience a positive one.
Whether you are preparing for your first mammogram or recovering from a
past negative experience, "Baring Your Breast" will let you know exactly
what and what not to expect. It takes readers step-by-step through the
mammogram process, from deciding on a facility to interpreting the final
report of the exam, in the hope of eliminating women's fear of the
By sharing this information with you, I hope you realize you are not
alone in your fear of mammograms. Learning about the mammogram process
will help eliminate your fear and show you that it's a simple procedure
that has suffered from a bad reputation.
An informative and eye-opening guide, "Baring Your Breast" supplies
readers with a better understanding of four main interrelated issues: why
mammograms should not be painful and what to do about it if they are; the
importance of breast self-exams; how to drastically reduce the number of
women lost each year to breast cancer; and why early detection is the only
You should encourage, not discourage, those you care about to get yearly
mammograms and clinical
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