What Do the New Mammogram Guidelines Mean?

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So when should you get a mammogram?

According to new screening guidelines recommended by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, you should begin routine biannual mammogram screening at age 50. We don’t necessarily agree with this.

In the video below—produced by Cedars-Sinai—breast cancer expert Catherine Dang, MD, explains the controversy surrounding the revised breast cancer screening guidelines and shares her opinion on the new recommendations.

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