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2009-10-13MARYVILLE, MO | By: Coffey/Wayman
Women's health nurse practioner on the Northwest Campus Judy Freuh says women ages 20 to 30 should have a clinical mammogram every 3 years. She says women over age 40 should have yearly mammograms, and self-exams monthly. But she says there are other things you can also do to prevent the disease. Freuh adds early detection is key to battling breast cancer.