How Often Should Seniors Get Mammograms?


By Molly Clifton

Researchers say seniors only need a mammogram every two years.

Doctors at the University of California found older women who got a mammogram every other year did not increase their chances of having late stage breast cancer.

Those women also had fewer false positive results.


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