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Writer and editor for Shots, NPR's health blog. Ex-WSJ. My fixations manifested here. And, yes, there will be typos. (PR people, don't pitch me on Twitter.)

Poll Finds Most Women Believe Mammograms Should Be Done Annually

wabe.org — Most women 40 and older believe they should have mammograms every year to screen for breast cancer, the latest NPR-Truven Health Analytics health poll finds. The finding is at odds with current recommendations by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force that women with typical risks for breast cancer have screening mammograms every two years starting at age 50 and until they turn 75.

Poll Finds Most Women Believe Mammograms Should Be Done Annually

kcur.org — Most women 40 and older believe they should have mammograms every year to screen for breast cancer, the latest NPR-Truven Health Analytics health poll finds. The finding is at odds with current recommendations by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force that women with typical risks for breast cancer have screening mammograms every two years starting at age 50 and until they turn 75.

Poll Finds Most Women Believe Mammograms Should Be Done Annually

kalw.org — Most women 40 and older believe they should have mammograms every year to screen for breast cancer, the latest NPR-Truven Health Analytics health poll finds. The finding is at odds with current recommendations by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force that women with typical risks for breast cancer have screening mammograms every two years starting at age 50 and until they turn 75.

Poll Finds Most Women Believe Mammograms Should Be Done Annually

wvpublic.org — Most women 40 and older believe they should have mammograms every year to screen for breast cancer, the latest NPR-Truven Health Analytics health poll finds. The finding is at odds with current recommendations by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force that women with typical risks for breast cancer have screening mammograms every two years starting at age 50 and until they turn 75.

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npr.org — Most women 40 and older believe they should have mammograms every year to screen for breast cancer, the latest NPR-Truven Health Analytics health poll finds. The finding is at odds with current recommendations by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force that women with typical risks for breast cancer have screening mammograms every two years starting at age 50 and until they turn 75.

Poll Finds Most Women Believe Mammograms Should Be Done Annually

wlrn.org — Most women 40 and older believe they should have mammograms every year to screen for breast cancer, the latest NPR-Truven Health Analytics health poll finds. The finding is at odds with current recommendations by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force that women with typical risks for breast cancer have screening mammograms every two years starting at age 50 and until they turn 75.

Poll Finds Most Women Believe Mammograms Should Be Done Annually

wnyc.org — · by Scott Hensley From Most women 40 and older believe they should have mammograms every year to screen for breast cancer, the latest NPR-Truven Health Analytics health poll finds. The finding is at odds with current recommendations by the U.S.

Price Rises For Ticket To A Quicker Drug Review By FDA

wlrn.org — A deal struck between drugmakers AbbVie and United Therapeutics Wednesday set a record price for a voucher that can be redeemed for a fast-track review of a new medicine by the Food and Drug Administration.

Price Rises For Ticket To A Quicker Drug Review By FDA

wabe.org — A deal struck between drugmakers AbbVie and United Therapeutics Wednesday set a record price for a voucher that can be redeemed for a fast-track review of a new medicine by the Food and Drug Administration.

Price Rises For Ticket To A Quicker Drug Review By FDA

kcur.org — A deal struck between drugmakers AbbVie and United Therapeutics Wednesday set a record price for a voucher that can be redeemed for a fast-track review of a new medicine by the Food and Drug Administration.
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Aug 27, 2015

Pleased to rep @NPR, which is being honored at @CJSFoundation gala for mental health & suicide coverage. Thanks! pic.twitter.com/wdZ7eERHWN

Aug 24, 2015

@chrissyfarr Yes and yes. But I wish my network were bigger, so I could switch.


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