Mammograms: Why You Shouldn't Wait Until You're 50 (Video)
Video: Cancer doesn’t always wait until you’re 50 and neither should you.
While one in 42 women are diagnosed with breast cancer in their 50s, one in 68 women are diagnosed in their 40s. Be proactive and catch it early.
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Last Updated: September 29, 2015