Women Aged 40 and Under Often ‘Wait Weeks’ Before Seeking Care for Breast Symptoms, New Study Finds

Published Apr 15, 2024

Women Aged 40 and Under Often ‘Wait Weeks’ Before Seeking Care for Breast Symptoms, New Study Finds

1,148 women were included in the study conducted between 2015 and 2022, as part of the RUBY project out of Canada

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