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 (http://bit.ly/AsV9f8 ) that the van's itinerary will be posted at http://www.healthymagination.com 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.