• October 2009

Giving Women with Dense Breast Tissue Access to an Early Diagnosis

American Medical Association Ethical Guidelines

Withholding medical information from patients without their knowledge or consent is ethically unacceptable.

Mandelson et al 2000

Breast Density is one of the strongest, if not the strongest, predictor of the failure of mammography screening to detect cancer.

Dr. Deb Rhodes, Journal of Clinical Oncology, 2015

Breast Density reporting laws enhance conversations between patient and provider.

Dr. Regina Hooley, ACR bulletin, 2012

We're finding small, mammographically occult cancers (Invisible on Mammogram) at a significant rate and we're able to do so and still be efficient.

Yaghjyan et al - JNCI 2011

Mammographic breast density is a well-established and strong predictor of breast cancer risk.

Karen Ravn Los Angeles Times

It may be the greatest risk factor you never heard of.

JAMA Oncology, 2017

Breast density exceeds other risk factors, including obesity, family history, and later in life childbirth.

Since October 2009

Connecticut becomes the first state to mandate Breast Density Notification - ushering in the Grassroots Breast Density Reporting Movement


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What's New?


Federal Bill Introduced

National Density Reporting Bill introduced in both House & Senate

Wisconsin Bill

Wisconsin Bill Passes House - Heads to Senate

State Legislative Efforts

Density Reporting Bills Spread Across the Country

Giving Women with Dense Breast
Tissue access to Early Detection.

State mandatory Breast Density notification

Federal Legislation To Standardize Density Reporting Introduced

Mammography misses every other cancer in dense breast tissue


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