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How the USPSTF Draft Recommendations Affects Historically Marginalized Communities 

According to revised guidelines issued by the United States Preventative Services Taskforce (USPSTF) women at average risk for breast cancer should begin mammogram screenings every other year starting at 40 instead of 50 years old. We spoke with Natasha Mmeje, Director of Community Education & Outreach for Susan G. Komen to learn more about how the draft recommendation could affect these communities.