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When it comes to breast cancer risk, breast density is a known factor that can increase the difficulty of detecting an abnormality. For this reason, 38 states and the District of Columbia currently require some type of breast density notification after a mammogram. There is also legislation in the works to enact similar dense breast notification (DBN) requirements at the federal level. With that much discussion ab...

 

Feb 10th, 2021

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Mar 13th, 2019

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Mar 5th, 2019

New Mexico facilities will be required to communicate breast density to women following their mammogram. (more…...

Feb 20th, 2019

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Jul 19th, 2018

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Jun 28th, 2018