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Cancer society supports screening changes

The Canadian Task Force on Preventative Health Care has recommended that women begin  getting regular mammograms when they reach the age of 50, not 40 as previously recommended.

It's a change that is supported by the Canadian Cancer Society.

Kathryn Seely is the director of public issues with the society in Vancouver.

Click on the link below to hear her speak with Dave.

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