American Cancer Society warns against delaying mammograms
Since the coronavirus pandemic started, an estimated 7 million women have delayed or canceled regularly scheduled mammograms.
"With the pandemic going on, a lot of women have decided to not go get mammograms because their safety and their health and just fear of being out there and being exposed," said Nancy Garza of the American Cancer Society.
That decision, though, puts many at risk.
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