Screening for Breast cancer with mammograms is an area of health care where it seems there’s a continual stream of contradictory guidelines. First we hear that it’s important to have mammograms every year and as women, we dutifully sign up and get ourselves squished like thin Swedish pancakes. Annual mammograms have saved countless lives and detected tiny breast cancers that are too small to feel.
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