Federal task force says cancer guidelines were 'poorly worded'

The debate around a federal task force's recommendation that women start getting regular mammograms at a later age is still creating a stir in the media as advocacy groups continue to reinforce their views on the original guidelines.

The debate around a federal task force's recommendation that women start getting regular mammograms at a later age is still creating a stir in the media as advocacy groups continue to reinforce their views on the original guidelines.

A Congressional hearing this week has Democrats voicing sympathy for the task force and Republicans expressing concern about the message the recommendation is sending to women. In the latest news, the US Preventive Services Task Force is saying that their recommendation, issued in November, was "poorly worded."

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