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US FDA Proposes Biggest Mammography Rule Change In 20 Years

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US FDA wants to make significant changes to how mammographers interact with patients in terms of the information they share about the procedure and standards they will have to follow. The issue specifically addresses scenarios where patients with denser breast tissue may not be fully informed about the accuracy of their mammography tests. If the agency's proposal moves forward, it will be the biggest regulatory change for the mammography industry in more than two decades.

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