Study: Mammograms fail to significantly reduce death rates

03/24/2010 | Reuters

Danish and Norwegian researchers found that death rates among women aged 55 to 74 who participated in national mammogram programs declined by only 1% compared with 2% among those who didn't undergo breast cancer screenings. "We need to make women aware that the chance they will benefit from the program is very small," said the lead researcher.

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