Protect Access to Lifesaving Mammograms – Cosponsor the PALS Act

This year, more than 40,000 Americans will lose their lives to breast cancer. While most women develop breast cancer later in life, young women do develop this horrible disease, often developing rapidly in more aggressive forms. In 2017, the American Cancer
Society estimated that nine percent of new, fatal cases of breast cancer were among women in their forties.

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Protect Access to Lifesaving Mammograms – Cosponsor the PALS Act

This year, more than 40,000 Americans will lose their lives to breast cancer. While most women develop breast cancer later in life, young women do develop this horrible disease, often developing rapidly in more aggressive forms. In 2017, the American Cancer
Society estimated that nine percent of new, fatal cases of breast cancer were among women in their forties.

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Protect Access to Lifesaving Mammograms – Cosponsor the PALS Act

This year, more than 40,000 Americans will lose their lives to breast cancer. While most women develop breast cancer later in life, young women do develop this horrible disease, often developing rapidly in more aggressive forms. In 2017, the American Cancer
Society estimated that nine percent of new, fatal cases of breast cancer were among women in their forties.

Read More

Protect Access to Lifesaving Mammograms – Cosponsor the PALS Act

This year, more than 40,000 Americans will lose their lives to breast cancer. While most women develop breast cancer later in life, young women do develop this horrible disease, often developing rapidly in more aggressive forms. In 2017, the American Cancer
Society estimated that nine percent of new, fatal cases of breast cancer were among women in their forties.

Read More

Protect Access to Lifesaving Mammograms – Cosponsor the PALS Act

This year, more than 40,000 Americans will lose their lives to breast cancer. While most women develop breast cancer later in life, young women do develop this horrible disease, often developing rapidly in more aggressive forms. In 2017, the American Cancer
Society estimated that nine percent of new, fatal cases of breast cancer were among women in their forties.

Read More