At least eight women in the Edmonton, Barrhead and Athabasca areas have recently received such calls, the health authority said in a news release Tuesday. “The caller relays breast screening exam followup information and advises an immediate breast self-exam must be conducted while on the phone,” the release said. AHS said the calls appear to be random and there is no evidence to suggest any violation of patient records occurred.
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