Published in Medical Device Law Weekly, April 25th, 2004
That translates to about 7.6 million women in the U.S.
The numbers suggest older women may be misjudging the value of regular breast cancer screenings.
Two mammograms within 10 months in 1994 cleared Lorna Johns of breast cancer so she decided to skip the X-ray the following year. "That was wrong," she said. "That was the one I shouldn't have skipped."
She was 68 when her...
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