Mammogram Recommendations Could Change. Here’s What It Means for Employers

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Draft health guidelines say all women should get screened for breast cancer every other year starting at age 40, rather than age 50. The shift in guidance is dramatic—and potentially important for employers who are tasked with advising workers about their benefits and urging them to take proactive steps in protecting their health, experts say.

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