Here's why a national task force is changing the age for breast cancer screenings and why some experts say it's not enough.
Sen. Pat Roberts acknowledged mammograms "are essential to women's health."
”Everyone should understand that there are tradeoffs in screening. It’s not a simple it-can-only-help-you kind of story."
Sheryl Crow thought that she would be the last person to be diagnosed with breast cancer. But in 2006, a routine mammogram revealed otherwise.
Nothing is more important than our health.