SPOTLIGHT: Officials consider reasons for steep mammogram drop

For reasons no one completely understands, the number of women having mammograms began to decline in 2000, with 1.1 million fewer women getting one in 2005 than 2000. Now, researchers and clinicians are trying to figure out why this has happened, and how to reverse this trend. Article

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