New Mobile Mammography Unit Takes High-Tech Screenings to Communities Throughout Ohio

The James is rolling out a new Mobile Mammography Unit that will travel to communities throughout Ohio, bringing state-of-the-art 3D mammogram screenings to more areas of the Buckeye State. Read More

The James is rolling out a new Mobile Mammography Unit that will travel to communities throughout Ohio, bringing state-of-the-art 3D mammogram screenings to more areas of the Buckeye State. Read More

African-American Women & Breast Cancer: What You Need To Know

The conundrum: While Caucasian women are more likely to develop breast cancer, African-American women are more likely to die from the disease. Medical researchers want some answers about that. Read More

The conundrum: While Caucasian women are more likely to develop breast cancer, African-American women are more likely to die from the disease. Medical researchers want some answers about that, because breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among black women today.“Overall, across the board, breast cancer survival rates continue to improve every single year,” says Erin Macrae, MD, a medical oncologist specializing in breast cancer at the OSUCCC - James. Read More

Recent BMJ Mammography Study Deeply Flawed – Women Urged to Continue Screening Tests

Women questioning the value of screening mammography based on a recent study published in BMJ (formerly British Medical Journal) should pause and look more closely at the data. Read More

Women questioning the value of screening mammography based on a recent study published in BMJ (formerly British Medical Journal) should pause and look more closely at the data. Medical societies and breast cancer specialists across the nation agree: The data is flawed and misleading. There is no question that screening mammography saves lives. More than 200,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year. Read More