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Breast Cancer Screening Update 2020

11 November, 2021

Part of the 2020 Recommendations and Best Practices for Cancer Screenings Series, this session focuses on recent recommendations for breast cancer screening.

Presenter: Chivonne Harrigal, MD

Provides 1.00 hour of CE/CME credit (Presented on Aug 19, 2020; November 1, 2020; Expires November 1, 2022)

Cost: $30

Learning Objectives

Following participation in this course, participants should be able to:

  • Increase utilization of screening mammograms
  • Decrease breast cancer mortality in all women
  • Decrease racial health disparities!
  • Decrease economic health disparities
  • Increase supplemental screening for high risk women

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