Viewpoint: FDA needs to ensure that information on dense breast notifications are clear and understandable to all

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You are among the women who dutifully gets an annual mammogram. Year after year, the results are “normal.” But after one mammogram you are shocked to feel a breast lump, which turns out to be cancer. The tumor was hidden behind dense breast tissue so the radiologist couldn’t see it and you wish you had known you were among the nearly 50 percent of women with dense breasts to whom this might happen.

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