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Why ovarian cancer screenings can do more harm than good

Former White House Advisor for Health Policy Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel and PBS' Dr. Emily Senay join Morning Joe to discuss findings from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force that says ovarian cancer screenings aren't effective as well as a new study suggesting Fish Oil doesn't lower the risk of cardiovascular disease.