New Mammograms Guidelines Have Women Confused

Chris Fasanella
New Haven Advocate | January 12, 2010
The new guidelines say women in their 40s shouldn’t be routinely screened for breast cancer — unless they have reason to believe they’re at higher risk. Why the change from 2002, when a federal task force called for these women to get routine mammograms every one to two years?

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