Advice on mammography debate
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Advice on mammography debate

Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius addresses the controversy surrounding a government panel's decision to advocate mammograms starting at 50, not 40. Sebelius does not refute the decision but tells women to "do what you've always done." (CBS News)

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