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Gauging the Odds (and the Costs) in Health Screening
New York Times
A FEDERAL advisory panel recently set off a controversy by recommending that most women without special risk factors delay breast cancer screening until they turn 50, not 40 — and that mammograms then take place only every other ...
Women Confused Over New Breast Cancer Screening RecommendationsdBTechno
MY TURN | The Real Cost of Limiting Cancer ScreeningsKitsap Sun
More Effective Cancer-Fighting Tools Helping PatientsWISC
Jerusalem Post -Malaysia Star
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