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Older breast-cancer survivors evidence puzzling patterns in surveillance mammography

14:58 EDT 1 Aug 2017 | TriMed Media Group

Despite known risks and unknown benefits, many older survivors of breast cancer with short life expectancy go for surveillance mammography every year. Meanwhile, relatively few with robust life expectancy don’t seem to bother. At the very least, the odd juxtaposition calls for guidelines to tailor care for both these older cancer-survivor subsets.

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