Published in Women's Health Weekly, September 1st, 1997
"Although the medical community recognizes the benefits from screening are smaller and slower to appear in younger compared to older women, we still do not know why," says Dr. Cornelia Baines, the study's principal investigator and an associate professor in the University of Toronto (U of T) department of public health sciences. "From our research we've learned menstruation may partially explain why women under 50 years of age do not benefit from...
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