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A bill aimed to help detect breast cancer or other complications earlier is moving forward at the state capitol.
The Mississippi House Passed Senate Bill 2006, which would require mammogram providers to alert patients to dense breast tissue that may cause problems in the future.
Currently, patients simply receive information about whether the test was positive or negative without being notified there may be tissue that indicates possibility of future complications.
The bill now heads back to the senate for final approval before heading to the governor.

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