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Mammograms may actually raise a woman's risk of breast cancer
The use of mammograms, the traditional gold standard for detecting breast cancer in women, may actually increase a women's risk of developing the disease, a new study shows.
Another mammography study, another controversy
Philadelphia - It seems as if every new study on mammography or breast cancer screening guidelines fuels yet another controversy about the right approach to this process for many women.
Screening mammography over-used, leads to unnecessary surgery
Oslo - Researchers in Norway say that 15 to 25 percent - or about one in four - cases of breast cancer found through routine screening mammography is over diagnosed and would never have posed a health risk for the women had they never been found.
Metro Manila Now a Breast Cancer Territory
MANILA – Breast cancer, on the rise in recent years, has overtaken lung cancer as the most prevalent disease in its category in Metro Manila and the adjacent province of Rizal.
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