National Women’s Health Week: Importance of breast cancer screenings

It's a club no one wants to be a part of, but one in eight women in the U.S. will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. Many of these women don't have a family history. That's why prioritizing your health is so important. Dr. Michelle Agrons, a board-certified breast radiologist with Memorial Hermann, discusses mammograms and who should be getting one yearly and how early detection can help save lives. To learn more visit their website or call 877-40-MAMMO.

HOUSTON – It’s a club no one wants to be a part of, but one in eight women in the U.S. will develop breast cancer in her lifetime.

Many of these women don’t have a family history.

That’s why prioritizing your health is so important.

Dr. Michelle Agrons, a board-certified breast radiologist with Memorial Hermann, discusses mammograms and who should be getting one yearly and how early detection can help save lives.

To learn more visit their website or call 877-40-MAMMO.