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Health news feedBritish study shows, for 007, tomorrow's hangover never diesObama's unlocking of federal funding ban on gun research yields little upshot in first year Protecting children from gun violenceFeds offer a bit more time to buy health insuranceThree die suddenly from rare Lyme disease complicationGovernment extends deadline on insurance pools
When a woman feels a lump in her breast, the fear of breast cancer is often made worse by the fear of not having insurance or enough money to cover the cost of a mammogram, an ultrasound or a biopsy. If you’re a woman in this situation, we can help.
Whether you are age 20 or age 40 or older, knowing the latest recommendations from the American Cancer Society can help you wade through all the conflicting information in the news and help you stay on track with your breast cancer screenings.