Getting screened for breast cancer is a great way for a mother to love her children — to make sure with early detection, she’ll be there for them for the duration.

It used to be, though, when you’d go in for a mammogram, you had a long wait while they set up the special camera and film. Then they had to mess with the development of the images and so forth. Between the delays and the real pain to your precious bustline, it was just kind of a hassle both for the patient and the operator.

Now, thanks to technology, it goes very quickly.

I had mine yesterday. The young lady said she can do 15-20 mammograms in one day because of the innovations. I was in and out of there in 15 minutes.

They call it “smash and dash.”

By Susan Darst Williams | | Vitamin Mom | © 2017