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New Study on Proper Age for Mammogram

Harvard University released a new study changing the age for a mammogram.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- A recent Harvard study has rekindled fiery medical debate and has left many women confused about when to have mammograms. The researchers report that the vast majority of American women who die from breast cancer are unscreened—and half of these fatalities occur in women under 50. To reduce this grim toll, the team urges that medical guidelines be changed to recommend annual screening, starting at 40. In today’s Breakfast Buzz we want to know what age do you think a woman should receive a mammogram?
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