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The Mammogram Debate

Just as a new Canadian study suggests that mammography doesn't help women under 50, a U.S. report recommends that premenopausal women should be screened regularly for breast cancer. Despite the apparent contradiction, the studies show experts are beginning to agree on the limits of mammography. NPR's Richard Knox reports for Morning Edition.

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