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New breast cancer test eliminates pain, could detect abnormalities early

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SEATTLE — Getting screened for breast cancer is must for women.  However, the lengthy and often painful procedure keeps many women out of their doctors offices for the test, but a new procedure is taking the pain away. Even better, ForeCYTE is an innovative diagnostic that tests women as early as 18 years old and could help detect abnormalities long before women traditionally begin getting mammograms.

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