The American Cancer Society changed its recommendations for how often women over 40 should get mammograms, further stoking concerns about the potential costs and perceived benefits of less frequent testing. The new guidelines suggest women start getting mammograms at 45 and then have annual tests between 45 and 54. Previously, women over 40 were encouraged to get screenings. (KERA)
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