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Amy Robach, 40, was reluctant to have a routine mammogram performed on air during the Oct. 1 broadcast, but says she is now grateful to catch the cancer in an early stage.
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November 12, 2013
More women under 40 may be considering getting screened for breast cancer after a TV correspondent's on-air mammogram revealed she has the disease.
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