In Mammogram Debate, Politics Trounces ScienceHandel Reynolds
Aug. 1 (Bloomberg) -- When, under intense political pressure, the National Cancer Institute changed its position on mammograms in 1997, recommending the screens every other year for women in their 40s, the primacy of politics over science in this matter was firmly established.
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