Poor geographic accessibility associated with lower number of women getting breast cancer screening

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A new study led by researchers at the American Cancer Society shows travel time to the nearest mammography facility is long for a considerable proportion of women in the United States, particularly affecting more than 50% of women in rural areas in 28 states.

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