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Why Is Screening Important?

Video: Why Is Screening Important?

Dr. Laszlo Tabar, a world leader in breast mammography, discusses the importance of screening. Click to learn more.

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At the age of 35, my sister passed away from breast cancer and left her four boys, the youngest just a few months old. She was my only sister and my hero. My mother promised her that she would keep all of her boys. Four years later my mother had a seizure and was rushed to the hospital...

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