Preventive Services Task Force issued would discourage women get regular mammograms.

Seventy – four % said they have a mammogram with 66 % indicating they get mammograms on a regular basis. That’s the good news in the face of concerns that controversial breast screening guidelines of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force issued would discourage women get regular mammograms. The bad news is that 95 % of women aged 40+ do not know their breast density and nearly 90 % did not know it increases the risk of developing breast cancer.. National Survey Shows 95 percent of women do not know their breast density Despite increased cancer riskA national survey of U.S.

To help women learn more about breast density and gather information for conversations about their breast health with their doctors, U-Systems also announced the introduction of a specific website for the SOMO – INSIGHT study?. U-etailed information about the study, participation guidelines and an? Online eligibility quiz that has SOMO INSIGHT web page also provides detailed background information on breast density and Automated Breast Ultrasound For more information and a list of participating sites, please call 866-364-6777 or visit.Kaiser Family Foundation. 2005 Advisory Board Company and Kaiser Family Foundation. All rights reserved.. The times a day examined financial shortfalls Facing Alabama ADAPTER.

The AP / in Florence times a day by the investigates funding shortages, the Alabama AIDS Drug Assistance Program, which was able to leave hundreds of of HIV-positive status resident not ADAP covering Jafari (, AP / times a day, ADAPS have the Federal – and state-funded programs, the HIV / AIDS – similar drugs offering low-income, uninsured and underinsured (HIV-positive Kaiser Daily HIV / AIDS Report, This program requires $ 5 million to legislative means required more than ever more than ever, according to the Times Daily. The state for $ 12 million in at ‘federal Games up ‘for the 1,100 HIV-positive Alabamians enrolled in ADAPTER at to AP / Times Daily reports.