Mammogram rates seem to be slipping
A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study published in February noted a slight decline in the proportion of women having annual mammograms in just about every state. The drop is so small, that researchers hesitate to call it a trend; they call it a "declining tendency." But the downward trend, however slight, has breast cancer experts worried.
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