Dr. Farnquist said a critical shortage of medical imaging technologists and radiologists that practice breast imaging is also contributing to the issue. Publicly funded community imaging clinics are also under financial stress, she said.

“It’s becoming very difficult for some of these clinics to even keep updated equipment. So some are even choosing to not replace the mammography equipment they have once it breaks down, because it’s just not worth it,” she said.

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