ST. LOUIS – When the pandemic first hit, the American Cancer Society recommended that doctors postpone any routine breast cancer screenings or intervention to protect at-risk patients from potential exposure or illness.
Earlier this month, they shifted gears and are now telling patients to resume regular breast cancer screenings. Dr. Stephanie Schnepp a surgeon and medical director of SSM-Health St. Mary’s Breast Center joined Fox 2 to discuss safety protocols that are put in place for patients, and the current screening recommendations.
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