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U.S. Task Force Issues New Recommendations on Breast Cancer Screening

A government task force issued new recommendations on breast cancer screenings, which continue to differ from those made by the American Cancer Society.

X-Ray Technologist Donna Fehl, prepares to scan a patient on a mobile mammogram machine at a clinic in Port Arthur, Texas, M…

A government task force issued new recommendations on breast cancer screenings, which continue to differ from those made by the American Cancer Society. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Forces recommend that women start getting mammograms at age 50 and continue until age 74. But the ACS recommends women get them annually between ages 45 and 54, and every other year after that. (WFAA)

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