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Provincial Government to Lower Age for Recommended Breast Cancer Screening

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A medical provider guides a patient to a machine for a breast cancer screening

The Provincial Government is lowering the age for recommended breast screening from 50 to include women between the ages of 40 and 49. The decision is based on new national guidelines published by the Canadian Cancer Society following a review of evidence and consultation with breast cancer experts and people with lived experience.