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  • Breast Cancer

    Breast Cancer

    Breast cancer is cancer that develops from breast tissue. Signs of breast cancer may include a lump in the breast, a change in breast shape, dimpling of the skin, fluid […]

  • Can You Prevent Breast Cancer

    Can You Prevent Breast Cancer?

    Every woman can be at risk for breast cancer. However, if you change your lifestyle, control the foods you eat and your physical activities, you can find ways to prevent […]

  • How Soon Should Women Start Getting Breast Exams

    How Soon Should Women Start Getting Breast Exams?

    A surge in the number of breast cancer cases among women is alarmingly becoming more widespread in many countries today, due to some factors which predispose these women to the […]

  • Tips To Follow When Searching For A Medical Professional

    Tips To Follow When Searching For A Medical Professional

    The best medical professionals provide a combination of great clinical care and emotional support to their patients. Patients who feel connected to their medical professional are likely to be healthier […]

  • What Role Can Fitness Play In Treating & Preventing Cancer

    What Role Can Fitness Play In Treating & Preventing Cancer?

    Are you a health-conscious type of person? Does the word “Cancer” give you the chills and the paranoia? Well, sit back and relax as we give you a complete list in terms […]

  • Using Charity To Raise Awareness And Grow Businesses

    Using Charity To Raise Awareness And Grow Businesses

    Charities have been great in helping out a community, especially those who are in need of it. Charities help raise awareness in communities, some of them raising issues. Charities now […]

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After an in-depth review of the strongest available science on the benefits and harms of screening mammography, as well as input from the public and health care professionals during the public comment period, the Task Force issued its final recommendations on breast cancer screening on January 12, 2016. You can learn more about how the Task Force’s final recommendations converge with other evidence-based guidelines in an editorial published in Annals of Internal Medicine.

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