There's been much ado about the new mammography recommendations released by the U.S. Prevention Task Force. Why have the changed the recommended age for a woman's first mammogram from 40 to 50? Are self-exams really pointless? What does this mean for African American women, who have a higher breast cancer death rate? Breast surgeon, Kathie-Ann Joseph, from the Columbia University Medical Center Comprehensive Breast Center, explains the new recommendations and how we apply them into our routines. She stresses a sit down with your doctor.