The New York Times recently published a report detailing how the city’s breast cancer screening system has been “unable to meet the growing demand for mammograms” in the aftermath of the pandemic.
And in a series of articles in March, the Times reported that many of those in the system who are screened for breast cancer are not actually diagnosed with it.
That means that many people who have breast cancer aren’t being screened at all.
According to the report, New York is the worst place in the country to get screened for the disease.
As the Times noted, the city currently has just 12 percent of its population being screened for any form of breast cancer.
This leaves it short of the 35 percent of the population who were screened in 2012.
“That’s a very small number of people,” Dr. Anthony Fauci, a New York-based surgeon and former chairman of the World Health Organization’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told the Times.
“I would not be surprised if it’s more like 20 percent of that population,” he added.
In fact, Faucs report found that the average number of mammograms conducted by a licensed hospital in New England over the past four years was less than 30.
The problem is that the city doesn’t have enough money for breast exams, which can cost thousands of dollars and are generally not covered by insurance.
The Times article cites a study by the American Cancer Society that found that only 3.2 percent of women over age 55 in New Hampshire and Vermont had a mammogram performed in the past year, while nearly 6 percent of those women in the state had a test done in the previous two years.
In the states of Rhode Island, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Vermont and Connecticut, the average is between 1 and 3 percent.
The paper found that many women are not being offered an opportunity to get a mammograph at all because of the lack of funding.
According the report: The system is currently overwhelmed.
New York has only 12 percent mammograms performed, according to a report from the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists.
The system currently lacks about $200 million in annual funding to expand screenings, a report by the New York State Office of Health and Human Services found.
A study by New York’s Office of the Attorney General found that of the nearly 1,800 women in New Jersey who were tested in 2015, only 10 were screened.
About one in five women in all 50 states who were diagnosed with breast cancer received a mammography in 2015.
Of those, about one in six received a test and about one-third were diagnosed.
A recent report from The Associated Press found that more than a quarter of the people diagnosed with cancer in New Mexico, which has the highest number of women with breast cancers in the nation, had no screening.
“We’re seeing a lot more women going to see mammograms that they might have otherwise missed,” Dr.’s Faucci said.
The lack of screening also means that some women are being diagnosed with non-small cell lung cancer, a rare form of the disease that has a survival rate of only about 3 percent, according the AP.
“It’s really hard to find a good mammogram,” Dr .
Richard Sperling, the director of the Division of Cancer Prevention at NYU Langone Medical Center, told CBS News.
“And if you do, it’s really expensive.”
Sperling added that even if a woman does get a test, the likelihood that she will actually have a positive test for the cancer is very low.
While some people who get a positive mammogram may be able to live with the fact that they were diagnosed, Sperlings own experience with his own breast cancer left him convinced that the results would have been far better had he been tested sooner.
He said that he would have gone to the doctor sooner, and that if he hadn’t, he would be in a better place now.
According to the Times article, the lack in screening is likely due to a lack of funds.
New Yorkers who have a screening result in the mail, or who have been tested in the hospital, will likely not receive a free mammogram, according to the report.
That’s because a free test is not enough to get mammograms, and it’s also not enough for many women to be eligible for free mammograms in the first place.
The number of free mammography screenings the city offers is not a full measure of the quality of the screening, since it only considers a screening test to be a positive if it is positive within the first week of the diagnosis.
So if a person with a mammograms test in the city is not eligible for a free screening, that’s not enough evidence that a mammectomy is the right treatment for that person.
Despite the problems with screening, the City Council recently passed a law that will give the city more time to