POLL: Women and Breast Cancer: Many Fall Short in Screening

Six in 10 women worry about their risk of contracting breast cancer -- but most skip the basic step of a monthly self-exam; many over 40 don't get annual mammograms and four in 10 haven't discussed the disease with their doctor. Only four in 10 women in this ABC News poll say they've ever given themselves a self-exam; fewer -- 27 percent -- report having done a self-exam in the past month, as is suggested starting at age 20. Even among women over 40 with a family history of the disease -- two...Full Story
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