Archive: Your Health Season 3 Episode 25

Your Health

Show # 25 takes a look at Mammograms. The medical community tells us - mammograms save lives. Well, the medical community no longer speaks with one voice on this, and women are scared, confused, and a little angry. The field piece looks at how women and breast cancer support groups are reacting to the debate. To help us understand where the controversy over mammography screening comes from, Maureen's studio guests are two people who are part of the debate. Dr. Stephen Narod is a breast cancer researcher at the University of Toronto, and Dr. Verna Mai is director of screening programs for Cancer Care Ontario. Dr. Paul Caldwell's subject this week is 'diverticulitis'.
May 31, 2002
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