Cancer society reinforces need for annual mammograms

10/19/2008 | Yahoo!

The American Cancer Society said mammography proves to be 80% to 90% effective in spotting breast cancer in women who lack symptoms, and all women over age 40 should undergo annual mammograms. The group also recommends a clinical breast exam at least once every three years for women ages 20 to 39.

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