Though guidelines suggest screening starts at 50, researcher says it's premature to change them
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U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends screening every 2 years for all after the age of 50
Lifelong screening recommended to detect problems early
Their own homes and family cars are common sources
Relieving symptoms and stress helps families as well, study says
Screening and a healthy lifestyle are key, physician says
That translates to an additional 1.7 million survivors, expert says
Researchers say immune system-suppressing drugs, poor health may leave these patients vulnerable
New study shows screenings helped lower breast cancer deaths among those over 69
Technology may help surgeons identify and remove more malignant cells
Recommendations, revised every 5 years, designed to promote healthier lifestyles
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