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Medicine: Breast Cancer / Screening / Coverage / A Discussion (Part II) #953504

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 23, 2009
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(Studio: Erica Hill) Questions about women's health & health care reform introduced. Live discussion held with Women's Media Center's Gloria Steinem, "US News & World Report" Bernadine Healy & former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina about the panel's screening recommendations & federal policy. [HEALY - suggests cost is driving the recommendations against mammograms for women in their 40's; notes we lead the world in cancer screening.] [STEINEM - restates we have to fight for individualized care; suggests women's health care is treated as political.] [FIORINA - says this health care reform bill creates more problems than it solves; criticizes the task force panel.]
Hill, Erica

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