A regular mammogram may not suffice for people with dense breast tissue
About 40% of women in the U.S. have dense breast tissue, which means a regular mammogram won’t sufficiently detect cancerous tumors. Several states, including Ohio, have expanded insurance coverage for other forms of screening.
Stephanie Czekalinski of Ideastream Public Media reports.
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