If you source factcheck.org, they do provide breast exams and pap smears and sometimes mobile mammogram services at individuals clinics, but no, the organization as a whole does not on principle provide mammogram services. It also helps poor women find financial help for mammograms.
In a statement sent to FactCheck.org, Dr. Deborah Nucatola, senior director of medical services for Planned Parenthood, said that “Planned Parenthood does help women nationwide get access to mammograms,” as part of the health care services it provides to nearly 3 million persons each year. “Women rely on Planned Parenthood for referrals for and financial help with mammograms and specialized diagnostic follow-up tests (like ultrasounds and biopsies) when indicated by age, history and/or clinical breast exam.”
Nucatola said that “for many women,” Planned Parenthood is their only health care provider and “thus the only way they will get a referral for a mammogram.”
The president said that “millions” of women rely on Planned Parenthood “for not just contraceptive care.” Contraception is one of the group’s largest categories of services provided — 33.5 percent of services in 2010. But that means Planned Parenthood provides other services, too. The largest category is testing and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases (38 percent). Cancer screening and prevention services — which would include breast exams — made up 14.5 percent of all medical services. Abortion made up 3 percent, with 329,445 abortion procedures in 2010.
FactCheck.org : Planned Parenthood and Mammograms
If you read the source, it tells a different story. Planned Parenthood is not simply lying to lure in women. They do provide services to help women get mammograms, as well as tests for breast cancer, and some individual clinics do provide mammograms.