Mammography cutbacks hit South Bay cl...

Mammography cutbacks hit South Bay clinics

There are 8 comments on the Daily Breeze story from Jan 16, 2010, titled Mammography cutbacks hit South Bay clinics. In it, Daily Breeze reports that:

Recent cuts to a breast cancer screening program for low-income women are having a significant ripple effect in the South Bay, where thousands of mammograms from around the state are sent to be analyzed.

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Ed in Socal

Santa Ana, CA

#1 Jan 17, 2010
Mammography has been declared by the American Cancer Society as ineffective as a screening device for the early detection of breast cancer. The Radiological Society of North America has said that mammograms are killing women (X-radiation).

Mammograms are ineffective and dangerous, so these cutbacks represent a boon to the women, but a bust to those who want to ignore the dangers and continue reaping income at womens' expense.

http://www.breastthermography.info . Learn the facts, and save a life.
Obamarama

Kaneohe, HI

#2 Jan 17, 2010
How's that Hope and Change working out for YOU?
Al x

Hawthorne, CA

#4 Jan 17, 2010
Obamarama wrote:
How's that Hope and Change working out for YOU?
You obviously didn't read the article, cretin. The cuts to this program are due cuts in the STATE budget not federal. Do you know the difference, imbecile? Of course if the feds step in and make up the difference you will then biotch about "our hard earned" tax dollars going to help poor people which we all know is the republicans worst nightmare. After all, those people are poor because they choose to be.Right? You get the Idiot of the day award.
Who Does Your Taxes

Torrance, CA

#5 Jan 17, 2010
Obamarama wrote:
How's that Hope and Change working out for YOU?
Very well thank you.
much better than the Bush war years.
torrance

United States

#6 Jan 17, 2010
Who Does Your Taxes wrote:
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Very well thank you.
much better than the Bush war years.
The committee that made the recommendation to change the mammogram screening age from 40 to 50 were all BUSH appointee's!
HOMERUN

United States

#8 Jan 17, 2010
This program does NOT need to be reduced...
if every public employee would reduce their
receiving public funds...more people could be
employed and programs would not be reduced or
cut...
tell the greedy self interest groups to stop
taking taxpayers money just for themselves but
to help others.
Wow

Mission Viejo, CA

#11 Jan 17, 2010
Al x wrote:
<quoted text>You obviously didn't read the article, cretin. The cuts to this program are due cuts in the STATE budget not federal. Do you know the difference, imbecile? Of course if the feds step in and make up the difference you will then biotch about "our hard earned" tax dollars going to help poor people which we all know is the republicans worst nightmare. After all, those people are poor because they choose to be.Right? You get the Idiot of the day award.
The fed is the dept that won't shut the border and that's 99.9% of Ca.'s problems.
Wow

Mission Viejo, CA

#12 Jan 17, 2010
Who Does Your Taxes wrote:
<quoted text>
Very well thank you.
much better than the Bush war years.
Are you brain dead? Obama is increasing troops, growing the war, you are very ignorant!

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