The rate of mammograms in the U.S. remained almost the same more than three years after the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force rejected annual breast cancer screenings for most women, a study found. Conflicting recommendations from several groups may have confused providers and patients, researchers said. The findings were reported online in the journal Cancer.
U.S. mammogram rate didn't drop after 2009 USPSTF guidelines
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