Study: White, minority women differ in views on mammography

11/27/2007 | HealthDay News

White women are more likely to prefer call-back and undergo routine screening for mammography, even after a false-positive reading, compared with black and Hispanic women, a U.S. study revealed. The findings suggest there is a need to "improve breast health education among minority and underserved women," the lead researcher said

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