For younger women, mammograms may improve mortality risk, study says

11:37 EDT 10 Sep 2013 | Bioethics.com

Does getting or not getting regular mammograms affect women’s chances of dying from breast cancer? This study analyzed data on 7,301 women diagnosed with invasive breast cancer. During the 17-year span of the study, 1,705 of the women died, includi...

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