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Drs. Lauren Cornell and Kristin Robinson explain breast density and the breast cancer screening options available for women with dense breasts.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force is proposing changing its guidelines to recommend all women begin screening mammography at age 40.
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Dr. Caroline Clune discusses some of the common types of noncancerous breast symptoms known as benign breast disease.
Physical therapist Joy Macheel discusses a new surveillance system to prevent lymphedema from developing in people treated for breast cancer.
Dr. Kristin Robinson explains why women with dense breasts may need enhanced imaging in addition to a mammogram.
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Dr. Christine Klassen explains what it means to have dense breasts and why they can make breast cancer screening more difficult.
The findings will help health care professionals personalize approaches to breast cancer screening and risk factors.