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How Early Should You Be Screened For Breast Cancer?

The American Cancer Society's guidelines say that women should begin getting annual mammograms to screen for breast cancer once they turn 45 — but new research may just change that.

A study published in CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the ACS, suggests that there may be life-saving value in getting tested even earlier, beginning at age 40.

To read the full article, click HERE

Written by KIMBERLY TRUONG for Refinery29.com

(PHOTOGRAPHED BY ASHLEY ARMITAGE)

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