Screen Maine Because early detection saves lives

For more information, including financial help, call:

Breast & Cervical Screening 1-800-350-5180

Getting screened for breast, cervical, and colon cancer could save your life.

Here at ScreenMaine.org, you'll find information about each type of screening, including financial resources that may be available.

Colon Cancer

Who should get screened?

  • All adults ages 50 - 75

What are the primary screening methods?

Breast Cancer

Who should get screened?

  • Women Age 40+ should talk to their doctor
  • All Women Ages 50- 74 should have a mammogram every 2 years

What is the primary screening method?

Resources including financial help
Cervical Cancer

Who should get screened?

  • All Women Age 21-64

What is the primary screening method?

Resources including financial help

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