Researchers say U.S. breast cancer rates may be leveling off

The rate of new breast cancer cases in the U.S. appears to have leveled off in 2001 and may have started to decline in 2003. Researchers involved in the latest study say the change may be a result of increased used of mammography, a stabilizing of the number of women delaying childbearing and a sharp decline in the use of hormones after menopause.

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