October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and on Thursday, Wayne Harris, the director of Imaging at Jefferson Regional Hospital was a guest on the Oldies 1013 morning show to talk about breast cancer.

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Harris then went on to say this.

Asked when women should start getting regular mammograms, Harris said the American Cancer Society recommends that those age 40 and up get checked annually but if there is a history of breast cancer, consult a doctor who may want to recommend an earlier appointment.

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Asked how long the process would take, Harris said this.

Morning show host Greg Horne then asked what happens if something is found.

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