Study suggests some breast tumors may resolve on their own

11/25/2008 | USA Today

Researchers compared mammogram results of Norwegian women who had mammograms every two years with those tested once every six years. Instead of finding an equal number of tumors in both groups, they found 22% more tumors among women who had more frequent testing, suggesting some breast cancer tumors might go away on their own.

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