Not everyone likes their busts and other body parts the same way.
The American College of Physicians updated its guidelines for the still controversial screening test.
Radiologists must now report a patient's breast density, which can complicate diagnosis.
There's only so much the test can actually tell you about breast cancer.
A new study has mostly just confirmed what we already knew.
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It could help surgeons remove cancerous breast tissues all at once.
Just don't forget to dodge incoming particles
But we still don't know how
Why do the guidelines seem so contradictory, and how can we make sense of them?
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