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We care where you are.

High-Risk Breast Clinic Billings Clinic now offers a High-Risk Breast Clinic, which provides world-class care to women with an elevated risk of developing breast cancer. You should consider being evaluated at the High-Risk Breast Clinic if: • You have a strong family history of breast cancer. • You or a family member have been diagnosed with a genetic mutation associated with an increased risk of breast cancer, such as the BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes. • You have a family member who was diagnosed with breast cancer at a young age. You will be connected to a multidisciplinary team that specializes in breast care who will evaluate your breast cancer risk and partner with you to design a personalized risk-management plan. A referral is not necessary. To learn if you are at risk, call 406-238-2500 or visit

Early detection saves lives! Schedule your mammo today.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 406-238-2501or visit billingsclinic.com/mammo

801 N 29th, Billings

who are uninsured or underinsured

Mammograms (age 35-50)* Gynecologic Exam (age 18-50)* (Pap Smear & Breast Exam)

Blood Screening

(12-hour fast before appointment, water only) *If you are 50 and older, please contact the Montana Breast and Cervical Health Program at 1-888-803-9343 for free or low-cost screenings. If you do not qualify, then we may be able to assist you. Thanks tothe following generous sponsors, free screenings are available: • Charles M. Bair Memorial Trust • Billings Clinic Women’s Wellness Fund • Montana Women’s Run • Mildred Sandall Scott Women’s Wellness Endowment at Billings Clinic Foundation

billingsclinic.com/HRBC

Billings Clinic OB/GYN

Free screenings for women

The National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers, administered by the American College of Surgeons, has given Billings Clinic full accreditation for commitment to the highest level of quality breast care.

Call 238-2501 or 1-800-323-7156, to see if you qualify. Limited number of appointments available.

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