Report on Mammography Inequities

June 2011
PN;Jun2011, Vol. 65 Issue 6, p39
Trade Publication
The article discusses the Independence Care System program which addresses the mammography inequities in physically disabled adult women. It mentions on the reasons for fewer clinical breast exams and mammographies including impatience, inadequate equipment, and discomfort around disabled persons. It also highlights ICS actions to promote breast cancer screening, independent living and full community life participation.


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