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Mobile Mammography’s Efforts in Rural Communities

An assessment of mobile mammography availability in SD was completed in 2018. A report gives a summary of the findings from that assessment. In addition, a map was created to give a visual of the availability of mammography services, both mobile units and stationary units, throughout the state. The map has layers that allows individuals to see county-level breast cancer data overlapping mammography locations. The layers include: 1) had a mammogram in the past two years, 2) age-adjusted breast cancer incidence rates, and 3) age-adjusted breast cancer mortality rates. 

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07dec12:00 pm1:00 pmRoP Interpretative Guidance: Phase 2 and Phase 3 – Select F-Tag ReviewSDAHO Webinar

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08dec12:00 pm1:30 pmRural Emergency Hospital Designation: The Known and the UnknownSDAHO Webinar


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