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To screen or not to screen

Stop breast self-exams? No mammograms until 50? Even the experts are confused about the new guidelines.

By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / November 23, 2009

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In a world of uncertainty, it seemed like a sure thing: When you turn 40, the medical mantra for women went, have a mammogram. And then do it the next year, and the year after that. (Full article: 1371 words)

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