Governor pushes insurance companies to cover 3-D mammograms

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SKOKIE, Ill. -- 3-D mammograms have been shown to reduce the number of false positives and detect more invasive forms of breast cancer.

Governor Bruce Rauner also signed a new law last week requiring insurance companies to pay for some 3-D mammograms starting next year.

Genius 3-D Mammography is showing off how the technology works with a new mobile unit.

It stopped at the Old Orchard Shopping Center in Skokie Tuesday morning.