Annual Mammograms Starting at 40 Saves Most Lives – HealthDay News

Read article - Debra Monticciolo, a professor of radiology, is featured in an article about her research into the benefits of screening for breast cancer from the age of 40. "The biggest takeaway point of our study is that annual screening beginning at 40 and continuing to at least age 79 gives … the most cancer deaths averted, and the most years of life gained," Monticciolo said. (Picked up by U.S. News & World Report, Medical Xpress, VTCNG.)