By: Liz Szabo, USA Today
Women are used to making complex choices about mammograms. Should they start at age 40 or 50? Should they be screened annually or every other year? Digital or traditional film?
Now, a growing number of hospitals and radiology centers are asking women to consider yet another mammography option: Regular or 3-D?
USA Today takes a look at the debate over 3-D mammograms and asks experts to explain their risks and potential benefits.
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