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Breast Cancer Screening Should Begin at Age 40, New Recommendations From Society of Breast Imaging And American College of Radiology Suggest



1/5/2010 7:50:40 AM

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CHICAGO (Reuters) - Mammograms should begin at 40 for women with an average risk of breast cancer and by 30 for high-risk women, according to guidelines released on Monday by two groups that specialize in breast imaging, contradicting controversial guidelines from a U.S. advisory panel last year.

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