LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — A mobile mammogram clinic will begin traveling rural Wyoming in March offering screenings to women 40 and older.

General Electric's "Mammovan" will travel the state for a year.

The Laramie Boomerang reported Thursday ( ) that the van's itinerary will be posted at in February or March.

GE spokesman Paul Marcum says the cost of the mammogram will depend on each woman's medical insurance coverage. He says GE is working on a program to help uninsured women get the screening.

Marcum says Wyoming ranks low among states for breast cancer screenings for women 40 and over.

GE plans to have a Facebook application that will allow women to schedule screenings online.