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Molly FrommerVideojournalist, Sudbury. At Sudbury's hospital, Health Sciences North, budget restraints are forcing some changes to be made. One of changes is coming at the hospital's breast cancer screening clinic and it's sparking some concern among patients and doctors.

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Nadia Alam, a family physician from Georgetown, blames the provincial government, not necessarily HSN administrators, for planned changes to the Breast Screening and Assessment Service at the hospital. Alam visited Sudbury this week to speak at the annual general meeting of the Sudbury and District Medical Society. For years, the BSAS has offered women a one-stop centre at which they could be screened for breast abnormalities with mammography or ultrasound, have breast diagnostic test results assessed, undergo biopsies and consult with surgeons about a course of treatment should they test positive for breast cancer.

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The Ontario Breast Screening Program OBSP provides breast screening mammography services in hospitals and community health centres for women of all ages. If you are a woman aged 50 years and older, and at average risk for breast cancer, clinical guidelines recommend breast screening every two years. Regular mammograms breast x-rays help with early detection and treatment of breast cancer.

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Skip to content Ontario. A new peer-reviewed study by Cancer Care Ontario senior scientist Dr. CR mammography is used for approximately 20 per cent of mammograms in Ontario. Based on this information, the advice of our experts and with the support of health care providers, Ontario will phase out CR devices across Ontario over the coming months.

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Natalie Kohlsmith, a charge technologist, will oversee the event and also do mammograms throughout the day. Mammograms can detect breast cancers in their earliest stages long before any physical signs or symptoms appear. And that early detection is the key to survival because the cancer is treated well before it becomes problematic.

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A female patients undergoes a mammogram screening procedure in this photo illustration. The clinic provides four types of service for patients. No changes have been contemplated for the first three types of service, which are cancer screening mammography, diagnostic imaging mammography and ultrasoundsand biopsies.

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Women aged 50 to 74 years are encouraged to get screened with a mammogram breast x-ray every 2 years. Cancer Care Ontario. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in Canadian women.

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Nadia Alam, a family physician from Georgetown, blames the provincial government, not necessarily HSN administrators, for planned changes to the Breast Screening and Assessment Service at the hospital. Alam visited Sudbury this week to speak at the annual general meeting of the Sudbury and District Medical Society. For years, the BSAS has offered women a one-stop centre at which they could be screened for breast abnormalities with mammography or ultrasound, have breast diagnostic test results assessed, undergo biopsies and consult with surgeons about a course of treatment should they test positive for breast cancer.

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Rachelle Paradis says ending the program will result in longer wait times to see surgeons for women who have had abnormal mammograms, ultrasounds and other diagnostic tests. The breast assessment clinic, which has been operating for 18 years, is a one-step centre for women with breast issues. Paradis recognizes HSN has significant financial restraints and is obligated by the Health ministry to meet budget requirements.

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SAMPLE: Nonprobability sample of asymptomatic women, age 50 years or older, with no previous history of breast malignancy. METHODS: Data were collected from the entire sample of women immediately postscreening using a self-report questionnaire and from a subgroup of women by telephone interview at three weeks post-screening. FINDINGS: Overall, women reported a high level of satisfaction with their screening experience, including respect for privacy, encouragement to ask questions, and provision of information.

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