One-Third of Breast Cancer Patients in US Not Given Mammograms in Year After Treatment

One-Third of Breast Cancer Patients in US Not Given Mammograms in Year After Treatment
Breast cancer patients are recommended to undergo annual mammography screenings after finishing their treatment, but recent data suggests that nearly one-third of these women in the U.S. are not even starting post-treatment screenings — and that access in the first year often determines whether mammograms will be offered patients in subsequent  years. The findings were presented at the 2016 Annual Clinical

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