There are millions of women today who are now questioning the best strategy for detecting and fighting breast cancer.
New guidelines from a government task force advise women to now wait until they are 50-years-old, not 40, to start getting routine mammograms.
So, do the risks of routine mammograms really outweigh the benefits?
To get a perspective from all sides, we talked to: Julie Sisskind, a breast cancer patient without any family history, who was diagnosed from a routine mammogram; Lucy Marion, one of the members of the task force that created the new guidelines; and our own Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN chief medical correspondent and practicing neurosurgeon.
Since the new recommendations have the potential to affect the health and well-being of millions of American women, it's not surprising that there is a deep concern from many over what this all actually means.
At times heated, this is an interview you don't want to miss.