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February 03, 2005

Mammography at risk

The Florida state government's Workgroup on Mammogram Accessibility finds that lawsuits are a big part of the problem, and the state's trial lawyers are scrambling to get their own counter-message out, reports Miami's Daily Business Review. More: Dec. 14 and links from there.

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