As precancerous breast disease diagnoses soar, debate on treatment grows

06/22/2004 | NYTimes.com

With the advent of mammography, the number of women diagnosed with precancerous breast disease has soared in the past two decades, but there is mounting debate among experts on how aggressively to treat the disease. Treatment methods vary widely, but the type of treatment chosen appears to make little or no difference in survival rates, a report says.

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