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President Clinton, in a rare joint radio address with his wife, Hillary, Saturday unveiled a stepped-up education campaign to ensure more women get regular mammograms to detect breast cancer.

The couple also announced new Food and Drug Administration regulations to set higher standards for breast cancer screening.

The public awareness campaign by the National Cancer Institute will encourage more older women to get regular mammograms to allow early detection and treatment of breast cancer, said Clinton, whose mother, Virginia Kelley, died of breast cancer in 1995.

The National Cancer Institute recommends that women 40 years and older have a mammogram every one to two years.

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