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Breast Cancer Screening Saves Lives

Where to Get a Mammogram?


Center for Women's Imaging
Phone: 719-776-8010


Phone: 719-785-9000

Not sure when to start breast cancer screening?

Keep reading for more information about who needs breast cancer screening and when.

A Guide to Breast Cancer Screening

Need a little more proof that you can't delay breast cancer screening? Watch this short video to learn more.

Guidelines for Screening

When is the Time Right for Breast Cancer Screening?

Learn more about who should be screened.
New to Breast Cancer Screening?

A Guide to Your First Mammogram

Find out how to prepare and what to expect.

Did You Receive A Breast Cancer Diagnosis?

If you were diagnosed with breast cancer and would like to understand more about the types, stages, treatments, and who is on your cancer care team, we can help.

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What Our Patients Have to Say

What Our Patients Have to Say

44-Year-Old Mother of Three Diagnosed With Breast Cancer After Routine Mammogram

A lot of mothers will hear something familiar in Kimberly’s claim of being too busy “doing mom things” to stay on top of recommended cancer screenings. Find out how one 44-year old mom found out she had breast cancer and her journey to recovery.


One Woman’s Journey Through Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Treatment

Take it from Jan: Early detection is key to a better breast cancer outcome. After treatment she became more open about her experience, particularly since early detection was key in having such a positive outcome.

Jan D.

Screening and Early Detection Saved the Lives of this Family 

Marva had opted for a 3D mammogram at her annual screening. It was a decision that saved her life. Because she stayed on a regular screening schedule and used the advanced imaging, her doctors discovered the tumor while it was very small. Her husband then received a testicular cancer diagnosis after paying attention to signs that he needed to see a doctor. Both were treated at Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers. 

Marva and Dan

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