The Brem Foundation maximizes every woman’s chance of finding an early, curable breast cancer by providing expert education to women between the ages of 30-64 in the Washington, D.C. area about risk factors, screening options, self-advocacy, and physician training.

 
 
 

Education

Knowing your risk factors and screening options make you your own best advocate.


Access

Routine mammograms are free for all women over 40. However, if a woman needs additional testing it can be expensive.


Physician Training

Brem believes that one of the best ways to prevent breast cancer is to train physicians on the best techniques in breast imaging.

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 -In 2017, 40,610 women lost their lives to breast cancer

Breast Cancer is only 20% curable when caught at later stages

95% of those diagnosed early will survive

-3 in 4 women with breast cancer have no family is history