Articles & Resources

Have questions about mammograms, breast cancer, and other women's health issues? Take a look through our articles and resources section to find answers.

I have dense breasts, now what?

If you have dense breasts, you most likely found out because you received a letter informing you of your dense breast tissue after your recent mammogram. These letters, which are required by law in 24 states, including Minnesota, are not

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Girls Night Out

Girls Night Out is coming to the Breast Center of Maple Grove on Tuesday, August 4, 2015, from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. Join us for a screening mammogram, free leg vein screening, appetizers, wine, prizes and more free stuff. Plus all

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Meet our Patient Navigator, Tracy Fisher!

This month, we’re delighted to introduce you to Tracy Fisher. A veteran in the field, Tracy has worked in women’s healthcare for over 15 years and is a Certified Breast Patient Navigator (BPN, CN-BC). Tracy has worked with our group

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Breast Biopsies Explained

A biopsy is needed when a suspicious abnormality is found that can’t be diagnosed with medical imaging alone. According to the American Cancer Society, most breast biopsy results are not cancer; however, it is still a nerve-wracking experience for most

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Top 5 Questions about Breast Density Answered

What are dense breasts? Breasts are made up of fat, ducts, glandular tissue, breast tissue, and connective tissue. Dense breasts have more breast and connective issue compared to fat. Less dense breasts have more fat compared to breast and connective

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Screening Mammogram Callbacks

You had your regular mammogram just like every other year. But this time, the office called and asked you to come back for additional testing. We understand you might feel scared. It’s normal to be nervous about what happens next.

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