A radiologist compares an image from earlier, 2-D technology mammogram to the new 3-D Digital Breast Tomosynthesis mammography in Wichita Falls, Texas. The technology can detect much smaller cancers earlier. Some health groups urge mammograms every year starting at 40 – although last year the American Cancer Society upped its starting age to 45.
A radiologist compares an image from earlier, 2-D technology mammogram to the new 3-D Digital Breast Tomosynthesis mammography in Wichita Falls, Texas. The technology can detect much smaller cancers earlier. Some health groups urge mammograms every year starting at 40 – although last year the American Cancer Society upped its starting age to 45. Torin Halsey AP
A radiologist compares an image from earlier, 2-D technology mammogram to the new 3-D Digital Breast Tomosynthesis mammography in Wichita Falls, Texas. The technology can detect much smaller cancers earlier. Some health groups urge mammograms every year starting at 40 – although last year the American Cancer Society upped its starting age to 45. Torin Halsey AP

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