14 at 10 a.m. EDT nationwide on Federal government News Radio at and 1500 AM in the Washington, D.C., region.First, U.S. Rep. Barbara Lee will discuss her publication, ‘Renegade for Peace & Justice: Congresswoman Barbara Lee Speaks for me personally.’ Listeners will learn more about Lee’s opposition to the Iraq battle and her combat to get rid of the ongoing genocide in Darfur. Related StoriesPreventing falls in treatment homes: an interview with Professor Pip LoganWHO focused on helping Nepal deliver healthcare to its residents, says WHO South-East Asia Regional DirectorGreater evidence-centered help needed for depressed workers – New report from The Work FoundationThe conversation then will move to the current health care reform debate with the Marketing campaign for America’s Long term Co-Director Roger Hickey, House Aging Committee and Health Subcommittee former chief of personnel Bob Weiner, and AFGE Public Plan Director Jacque Simon.This content will be available at 3 p.m. CT Tuesday, June 24 as of this link. Editorial: Breast Malignancy Screening – Should Tomosynthesis Replace Digital Mammography? ‘As Friedewald et al have indicated, tomosynthesis is probable an progress over digital mammography for breasts tumor screening, but fundamental questions about screening stay, with all available technologies,’ write Etta D. Pisano, M.D., of the Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, and Martin J. Yaffe, Ph.D., of the University of Toronto. ‘Breast malignancy remains a significant public health problem, with 40 approximately,000 U.S. Women still annually dying. The continuing controversy encircling the most effective strategy for deploying the various available technologies continues unabated, and clear consensus is usually lacking on when to display, how often, and using what tools, or which screen-detected cancers could be managed more conservatively even.