Schedule Your Routine Mammogram

In partnership with 105.1 The Bounce’s co-host and five-year breast cancer survivor Shannon Renee, Karmanos Cancer Institute wants everyone to Show Us Your Pink! This breast cancer awareness month, take action and schedule a routine mammogram today.

You don't need to have cancer to have your mammogram at Karmanos

Anyone can schedule their annual mammogram with the experts at Karmanos. Our radiologists are highly trained in reading mammograms and are solely focused on detecting cancer. Take action and schedule a mammogram today.

Request a Mammogram

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*Referral is not needed for a routine screening

Newly Diagnosed or Need a Second Opinion?

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with breast cancer, or have a concern about a possible diagnosis, make an appointment at the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute. The Karmanos Breast Cancer Multidisciplinary Team is entirely focused on treating breast cancer and shares its collective expertise to create a customized treatment plan for each patient.

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If you or someone you know is currently going through cancer treatment, tell 105.1 The Bounce your story, and you'll be entered for a chance to win a $250 gift card.

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Karmanos Cancer Institute News

11-year breast cancer survivor shares her story, ‘I’m a medical miracle’

Joanne Ortolan is an 11-year metastatic breast cancer survivor. Her cancer was diagnosed as stage IV.

Don’t be afraid to ‘get that mammogram’

Susan Deeb is a three-and-a-half-year triple-negative breast cancer survivor.

Dr. Evita Singh encourages women to get their annual mammograms

Evita Singh, M.D. explain the importance of breast cancer screening and catching the disease early.

A breast cancer survivor’s dedication to volunteerism, advocacy: Why she says you should attend the 13th Annual All Cancer Symposium

Josephine Roach is a dedicated advocate
and member of the Karmanos Cancer Advocacy Program

Eight-year-old leads mission with Girl Scout troop to encourage others to get their annual mammogram

Her family’s experience with breast cancer inspires her
to tell others about the importance of breast cancer screening

Helping and healing with her breast cancer story

Faith, family and Karmanos care inspires breast cancer survivor’s life mission

Meghan Malley: Navigating Cancer during COVID-19

At just 29 years old, Meghan Malley was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer in 2011.

Kathy Thompson: Karmanos Patient and Rebel at Heart

“I’m a rebel in spirit. If you’re familiar with the Scooby-Doo cartoons, my nickname from my husband is ‘Scrappy,’ after the little dog,” she said. “I can be a little stubborn.”

Genetic testing ‘a gift’ for families in the fight against cancer

Kathy Harvey and her older sister Karen Krajewski were enjoying a summer afternoon in the pool when they had a conversation that would change their family forever.

A young woman’s journey with breast cancer

Diagnosed at age 32, Amanda was determined to fight this disease, which included coming to Karmanos Cancer Institute for a second opinion.