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Ask Dr. Karl: When should I start getting screened for breast cancer?

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si_220_karlepisode1.jpgCBC's resident medical specialist Dr. Karl Kabasele is here to answer your questions in his Q&A style video blog.

Each week, we'll explore a different health-related topic based on what we hear from you, the CBCnews audience.

We're kicking off the series with some cancer-related questions in honour of the Canadian Cancer Society's Daffodil Month.

Today's came to us from Catherine in Dundas, Ontario. She asked Dr. Karl about when a woman should start getting screened for cancer. Here's what he had to say:




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