December 14, 2021Breast Cancer Awareness, Mammograms

Do we need new breast cancer screening guidelines for Black women?

Why we need new breast cancer screening guidelines for Black women Written by Robby Berman on November 3, 2021 — Fact checked by Alexandra Sanfins, Ph.D. Deaths from breast cancer in the U.S. are trending downward. However, the improvement is uneven across racial groups. Non-Hispanic black women are 40% likelier to die from cancer than non-Hispanic white women. A new study […]

December 7, 2021Breast Cancer Awareness, Patient Stories

Myranda W. shares her Journey at Invision Sally Jobe

We love hearing from our patients. Their stories inspire us. Thank you, Myranda, for sharing. I’ve been going to Invision Sally Jobe for 4 1/2 years, ever since I had an ultrasound done on a lump in my breast. My first appointment was very nerve-wracking, as I was only 25 years old and facing a […]

October 6, 2021Breast Cancer Awareness, Featured

The Legacy of Sally Jobe Continues

Watch some of our leaders in breast imaging share their experience of being part of the Sally Jobe Legacy.