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Should I be screened?

Breast cancer is the most common cancer among females. The risk of developing breast cancer increases with age. Risk is more if you have a family history or other risk factors for breast cancer. Any woman after 20 years of age are advised to go through breast cancer screening. The earlier the breast cancer is found, better the chance of a positive outcome

Your breast cancer risk

What if I have breast symptoms or changes?

If you have noticed an unusual change in your breasts such as a lump, pain, discharge from the nipple or any other change, it is important that you visit Cancer Early Detection Centre, Breast Clinic, Well Women Clinic or any other healthcare facility as soon as possible.

What is breast screening?

A breast screening is a process of activities conducted to detect early developments of breast cancer or any other breast disease. This will include assessing risk factors, getting examined by health care professionals, and also investigating breast by further screening techniques.

What should I know about family history?

We need information about family history of breast and ovarian cancer to estimate your risk of developing breast cancer. Before completing your registration form, please talk to your family about your family history.

What should I wear when visiting CEDC?

Wear a skirt or slacks and a top so that you can remove your top for the breast screening

How can I book an appointment at CEDC, Narahenpita ?

Please register through this website or call CEDC to book an appointment.

Tel no. 0113159227

Opening hours

8.30 am to 3.00pm on weekdays except on public holidays