Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines

The most accepted guidelines, and those that physicians follow, are for women of normal risk to start screening mammography at around age 40 and to continue it every single year, explains Dr. Kate Lampen-Sachar, Diagnostic Radiologist with Miami Cancer Institute. The specialist affirms mammograms are completely different now from what they were ten years ago. She says technology has dramatically improved about it.

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