Dec 10, 2018
By Michelle Saunders
New guidelines for breast-cancer screening have been designed to give women more of a voice in their health-care decisions. The guidelines, released today by the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care, encourage women aged 40 to 74 to discuss breast cancer screening with their doctors and make a shared decision about whether to get a mammogram based in part on a woman’s preferences. Fill in host Jane Brown speaks with Dr. Donna Reynolds, a member of the task force.