A government-funded task force recommends women between 40 and 50 forgo annual mammograms: Pros and cons of routine screening for breast cancer for women with no special risk factors

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  • Arthur Caplan professor of bioethics and philosophy, University of Pennsylvania
  • Nancy Dubler senior associate, Montefiore-Einstein Bioethics Center consultant for ethics, New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation
  • Dr. Rebecca Zuurbier director of breast imaging, The Sullivan Center for Breast Health at Sibley Memorial Hospital
  • Dr. Diana Petitti vice chair, United States Prevention Services Task Force professor, biomedical informatics, Arizona State University

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