Breast Cancer Risk Assessment

Know the Factors

There are several factors that can put you at a higher risk for breast cancer, including:

  • A gene mutation, such as BRCA1 and BRCA2
  • A personal diagnosis of breast cancer before age 50
  • Having one or more first-degree female relatives with premenopausal breast cancer
  • Unhealthy diet or a lack of regular exercise
  • Extended hormone exposure due to early menstrual periods or delayed menopause

Screening Recommendations

  • For women at average risk, annual mammography is recommended starting at age 40.
  • For women at higher risk, earlier screening is recommended. Please speak with your doctor to determine when you should start screening.

Breast Cancer Risk Assessment

Take our FREE Breast Cancer Risk Assessment to:

  • Learn your risk
  • Compare your risk
  • Categorize your risk factors
  • Be entered to win a gift card for two to Woodhouse Day Spa

Learn Your Risk

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How to Enter

Need a Spa Day?

Take Adventist HealthCare’s FREE 2-Minute Breast Cancer Risk Assessment during the month of October for a chance to win a spa gift package!

Once you complete the breast cancer risk assessment, you will automatically be entered to win the grand prize.

Prize Details

One (1) Grand Prize, a gift card for two to Woodhouse Day Spa.

To be entered into the drawing for a chance to win the grand prize, participants:

    • Must complete the FREE, Breast Cancer Risk Assessment on this webpage between Oct. 1 and Oct. 31.
    • Must live in the immediate Maryland/Washington, DC/Virginia Metropolitan area.
    • Are limited to one entry in the drawing.
    • Must not be an employee or family member of an employee of Adventist HealthCare or its affiliates.

Breast Cancer Facts - Did You Know?

Breast Cancer AwarenessONE IN EIGHT WOMEN in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime.

Breast Cancer AwarenessEach year, over 246,000 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer and more than 40,000 will die.

Breast Cancer Awareness85% of breast cancers occur in women who have NO FAMILY HISTORY of breast cancer.