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[LADIES] Before Your Annual Mammogram, Read THIS

Dear Reader,

If you’re like a lot of people, you trust your doctor.

You take his advice… and for the most part, it works out.

Because, honestly, he’s not the problem. it’s mainstream medicine and Big Pharma that are the true culprits.

And when it comes to mammograms, it’s no different.

Because there’s something no one’s telling you.

And now we’ve finally uncovered the truth about these routine exams.

The secret?

You may not need them… and no one’s telling you.

Researchers have discovered that many senior women still get mammograms because they believe it’s the right thing to do.

And who can blame you? It’s what the mainstream has been preaching for YEARS.

But here’s the secret: you don’t need them after you turn 75.

And because many women don’t know this, they’re still getting this exam, but with no benefit.

But a study found that if women got the RIGHT information the rates of mammograms declined SHARPLY.

Researchers gathered almost 550 women to see if they would still choose to get a mammogram after they read a pamphlet with facts about mammograms.

And they found that only 50 percent of the group who received the pamphlet still opted for the exam.

Even more, the women who decided to forego the exam were more likely to schedule an appointment with their doc to see WHY and if a mammogram was truly needed.

And now that you’ve been armed with this information, you can make the decision that’s right for you.

It’s important to remember to do self-exams at home. If you feel a lump or notice any differences, go to your doctor. He can tell you if you need a mammogram.

And for more information about how to do a breast exam, click here.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White

Executive Doctor, Alliance for Advanced Health