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  • 12.21.10

    A Doctor’s Mammogram Mission Turns Personal

    The New York Times | Roni Caryn abin

    Dr. Marisa Weiss scheduled her mammogram this spring, just as she does every year. She had just turned 51, and after having annual scans for a decade, she knew what to expect: her dense breast tissue made reading the films difficult — “like looking for a polar bear in a blizzard” — and the technician would probably ask her to sit for a few extra views.

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