Earlier mammograms in women’s 40s could save 19% more lives, task force says


If you’re a woman in your 40s, you should be getting regular mammograms to screen for breast cancer every two years. That’s according to new recommendations by the same panel of experts that had previously suggested women should wait to start getting mammograms a full decade later, in their 50s.

The United States Preventive Services Task Force, an independent national body of experts in prevention and evidence-based medicine that sets standards for tests and screenings, released draft guidelines this week that update its mammogram…

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