New guidelines to hopefully improve breast cancer screening

Medical officials want doctors to consider a patient's personal medical history; they hope the targeted screening will help save lives through earlier detection.
0:23 | 08/20/19

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Your health tonight in new guidelines doctors hope will improve breast cancer screening currently women with a family history of cancer are urged to do a genetic risk assessment. Now medical officials also want doctors to consider a patient's personal medical history. Which could lead to identifying the freckle won a record two genes that greatly increased breast and ovarian cancer risk they hope to targeted screening will help save lives who earlier detection. Ask your doctor.

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