Potential for service disruption at Canada Post
The potential for service disruption at Canada Post could lead to delays in expediting PQDCS mammography results to participants. If mail service is suspended, the office of your doctor or other health professional in charge of your follow-up will contact you with the results within approximately two to three weeks following your mammography.
For additional information, please contact your PQDCS Regional service coordination centre .
The Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux launched the Québec Breast Cancer Screening Program (PQDCS) in May 1998.
The PQDCS invites women aged 50 to 69 to have a mammogram every 2 years. A mammogram is the only screening exam that can reduce the number of deaths from breast cancer.
The PQDCS’s objective is to reduce breast cancer deaths in women between the ages of 50 and 69 by 25 %. Results obtained since the beginning of the PQDCS are positive and justify continuing the Program.
Taking part in the breast cancer screening program is voluntary. It is important to be well informed on all aspects of the screening before deciding whether to have a mammogram or not. To help you make your decision, read Advantages, Disadvantages and Limitations of Screening Mammography.
Last update: 11 December 2017, 08:40