Average riskwomen ages50-74 shouldget amammogramevery 2 years.When breastcancer is detectedearly, at alocalized stage,the survival rate is98%You can find theseguidelines by goingto “ClinicalResources” onCOPC home pageand clicking“TreatmentGuidelines”.The AmericanCancer Societysuggests thatwomen to have aclinical breast examevery three yearsstarting at age 20Mammograms candetect lumps orspecks that can becaused by cancer,fatty cells, or otherconditions like cystsThe nationalscreening rate formammogramsamong womenaged 40 and overis about 67%The Big Aimsgoal formammogramsis ________.Each year it isestimated thatapproximately2,190 men will bediagnosed withbreast cancer and410 will dieDenim jeans werefirst invented in SanFrancisco for minerswho needed toughand comfortablepantsThere areover 300coffee shopsin SanFranciscoBreast cancerdeath rate hasdecreased from33% in 1990 toa current 22%in 2010According to theAmerican CancerSociety, about 70-80% of breastlumps turn out tobe benignThree out of fourwomen who arediagnosed with breastcancer have no familyhistory of disease andare not consideredhigh riskThe originalUnited Nationscharter was firstdrafted andsigned in SanFrancisco.Each year it isestimated thatapproximately2,190 men will bediagnosed withbreast cancer and410 will dieTypes of breast cancerinclude ductalcarcinoma in situ,invasive ductalcarcinoma,inflammatory breastcancer, and metastaticbreast cancerThe mostcommon type ofbreast cancer isinvasive ductalcarcinomaIn eCW, from a pt’shub, you can click“Alerts” then “HealthMaintenance” to seeif a pt is due for amammogram.Mammogramscreeningguidelines includewomen betweenthe ages of 50 and74.Mammogramscreeningshave helpedbreast cancermortality by 1/3since 1990The originalSpanish name forSan Franciscowas Yerba Buenawhich means“good herb”The Avon BreastCenter now hasSaturdayappointmentsavailable for ourpatients.The AmericanCancer Societysuggests women tohave a clinical breastexam every threeyears, starting at age20.Higher risk womeninclude those whobegan their menstrualcycles before age 12,have no biologicalchildren, or had theirfirst child at 30 or older,or began menopauseafter 55A high-fat dietincreases the riskbecause fattriggers estrogenproduction thatcan fuel tumorgrowthSilver’s currentmammographyrate is_______.29% of insuredwomen are not up todate onmammograms while68% of uninsuredwomen are not up todate.Mammograms canshow a breast lumpbefore it can be feltand also tiny clustersof calcium calledmicrocalcificationsAverage riskwomen ages50-74 shouldget amammogramevery 2 years.When breastcancer is detectedearly, at alocalized stage,the survival rate is98%You can find theseguidelines by goingto “ClinicalResources” onCOPC home pageand clicking“TreatmentGuidelines”.The AmericanCancer Societysuggests thatwomen to have aclinical breast examevery three yearsstarting at age 20Mammograms candetect lumps orspecks that can becaused by cancer,fatty cells, or otherconditions like cystsThe nationalscreening rate formammogramsamong womenaged 40 and overis about 67%The Big Aimsgoal formammogramsis ________.Each year it isestimated thatapproximately2,190 men will bediagnosed withbreast cancer and410 will dieDenim jeans werefirst invented in SanFrancisco for minerswho needed toughand comfortablepantsThere areover 300coffee shopsin SanFranciscoBreast cancerdeath rate hasdecreased from33% in 1990 toa current 22%in 2010According to theAmerican CancerSociety, about 70-80% of breastlumps turn out tobe benignThree out of fourwomen who arediagnosed with breastcancer have no familyhistory of disease andare not consideredhigh riskThe originalUnited Nationscharter was firstdrafted andsigned in SanFrancisco.Each year it isestimated thatapproximately2,190 men will bediagnosed withbreast cancer and410 will dieTypes of breast cancerinclude ductalcarcinoma in situ,invasive ductalcarcinoma,inflammatory breastcancer, and metastaticbreast cancerThe mostcommon type ofbreast cancer isinvasive ductalcarcinomaIn eCW, from a pt’shub, you can click“Alerts” then “HealthMaintenance” to seeif a pt is due for amammogram.Mammogramscreeningguidelines includewomen betweenthe ages of 50 and74.Mammogramscreeningshave helpedbreast cancermortality by 1/3since 1990The originalSpanish name forSan Franciscowas Yerba Buenawhich means“good herb”The Avon BreastCenter now hasSaturdayappointmentsavailable for ourpatients.The AmericanCancer Societysuggests women tohave a clinical breastexam every threeyears, starting at age20.Higher risk womeninclude those whobegan their menstrualcycles before age 12,have no biologicalchildren, or had theirfirst child at 30 or older,or began menopauseafter 55A high-fat dietincreases the riskbecause fattriggers estrogenproduction thatcan fuel tumorgrowthSilver’s currentmammographyrate is_______.29% of insuredwomen are not up todate onmammograms while68% of uninsuredwomen are not up todate.Mammograms canshow a breast lumpbefore it can be feltand also tiny clustersof calcium calledmicrocalcifications

Mammogram Bingo - Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. There is no need to say the BINGO column name. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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  1. Average risk women ages 50-74 should get a mammogram every 2 years.
  2. When breast cancer is detected early, at a localized stage, the survival rate is 98%
  3. You can find these guidelines by going to “Clinical Resources” on COPC home page and clicking “Treatment Guidelines”.
  4. The American Cancer Society suggests that women to have a clinical breast exam every three years starting at age 20
  5. Mammograms can detect lumps or specks that can be caused by cancer, fatty cells, or other conditions like cysts
  6. The national screening rate for mammograms among women aged 40 and over is about 67%
  7. The Big Aims goal for mammograms is ________.
  8. Each year it is estimated that approximately 2,190 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer and 410 will die
  9. Denim jeans were first invented in San Francisco for miners who needed tough and comfortable pants
  10. There are over 300 coffee shops in San Francisco
  11. Breast cancer death rate has decreased from 33% in 1990 to a current 22% in 2010
  12. According to the American Cancer Society, about 70-80% of breast lumps turn out to be benign
  13. Three out of four women who are diagnosed with breast cancer have no family history of disease and are not considered high risk
  14. The original United Nations charter was first drafted and signed in San Francisco.
  15. Each year it is estimated that approximately 2,190 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer and 410 will die
  16. Types of breast cancer include ductal carcinoma in situ, invasive ductal carcinoma, inflammatory breast cancer, and metastatic breast cancer
  17. The most common type of breast cancer is invasive ductal carcinoma
  18. In eCW, from a pt’s hub, you can click “Alerts” then “Health Maintenance” to see if a pt is due for a mammogram.
  19. Mammogram screening guidelines include women between the ages of 50 and 74.
  20. Mammogram screenings have helped breast cancer mortality by 1/3 since 1990
  21. The original Spanish name for San Francisco was Yerba Buena which means “good herb”
  22. The Avon Breast Center now has Saturday appointments available for our patients.
  23. The American Cancer Society suggests women to have a clinical breast exam every three years, starting at age 20.
  24. Higher risk women include those who began their menstrual cycles before age 12, have no biological children, or had their first child at 30 or older, or began menopause after 55
  25. A high-fat diet increases the risk because fat triggers estrogen production that can fuel tumor growth
  26. Silver’s current mammography rate is _______.
  27. 29% of insured women are not up to date on mammograms while 68% of uninsured women are not up to date.
  28. Mammograms can show a breast lump before it can be felt and also tiny clusters of calcium called microcalcifications