According to the Cancer Foundation's latest report, socio-economic factors play a role in the propensity to participate in healthcare's cancer screening programs.
These include degree of education, income and where you live.
No socio-economic analysis is performed at Mälar Hospital's mammography clinic - but it is clear that proximity to the clinic is a factor.
Buses were removed
In the past, there were mobile units, so-called mammography buses, which visited the municipalities with longer distances to the nearest radiological reception.
They have been removed, and no reintroduction is planned.
- They were removed because the working environment was not good, but we did not see any decline in participation after that.
It is steady at around 80 percent in the whole country - so Sörmland does not stand out, says Helen Utsi.