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AMA Supports Routine Mammograms For Women At Age 40, Going Against USPSTF Advice

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The American Medical Association's House of Delegates has come out in support of routine screening mammography for women starting at age 40, a direct conflict with the 2009 recommendation by the United States Preventive Services Task Force that routine screening mammography for breast cancer was unnecessary in women younger than 50.

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