Experience News in a New Way
We can all agree we want to save the tatas, but doctors can`t seem to agree on how to go about doing so.
The newest breast cancer analysis is changing the rules again.
Now, the U.S. National Cancer Institute is advising women in their 40s to get checked every two-years.
But pay attention!
This is only for women in their 40s who`ve had a history of breast cancer in the family, or have extremely dense breast tissue.
How do you find out if you`re dense?
Bet the boob called your husband won’t mind helping you research it.
If you don`t fall into the family history / dense category then you can wait till you hit the big 50 to start getting mammograms.