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Breast Imaging

Breast imaging patients at the University of Kansas Health System

Mammograms help save lives.

About 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer over her lifetime. In fact, in the United States, a woman receives a breast cancer diagnosis every 2 minutes.

For those who are diagnosed, early detection provides the best outcomes and saves lives. With the right technology and the right imaging experts, breast cancer is detectable even at its earliest stage, when it's 98% curable.

For patient and staff safety, we are temporarily pausing routine breast screening services. We appreciate your understanding.

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The Best Time to Get a Mammogram

Onalisa Winblad, MD, explains why all women should begin screening mammograms at age 40.
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ACR Center of Excellence
Our dedicated, board-certified breast radiologists read more than 17,000 images a year.
Early stage detection rate
Our experts find early-stage breast cancer at a rate that exceeds the national benchmark.
Accredited Breast Center
As an NAPBC Accredited Breast Center, we provide the highest standards of patient care.

Why The University of Kansas Health System for Breast Imaging