Two-pronged approach to success
- Advising women statewide to get regular mammograms starting at age 40. At the same time, the authors call for increasing and ensuring equity in the availability and accessibility of mammography screenings.
- Conducting formal breast cancer risk assessments for women under 40. Women found to be at high risk would be considered for screenings and other forms of prevention before turning 40.
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Equipping the village
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