Mammogram Age Guidelines: What You Need to Know

Mammogram Age Guidelines: What You Need to Know

Annual mammograms are the best way to detect breast cancer early, when treatment is most effective. Yet changing federal guidance about the recommended age to start getting mammograms — from 40 to 50 and now back to 40 again — can be confusing.  Read more here for clear advice about breast cancer screenings.

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