The Guardian: Mammography’s harm outweighs benefits

“Saving women’s lives through early breast cancer detection”

Hello again. I want to share a link to a January publication in The Guardian, a UK publication.  The article discusses a recently published book, Mammography screening: truth, lies, and controversy based on great research and data collected over many years. This article briefly describes some of the conclusions…

Breast cancer screening cannot be justified, says researcher

Consider that women in the UK are called for breast screening every three years from the age of 50, and implications of over screening are raised in this research. In North America, mammography is typically recommended more frequently than once in three years.  Thermography offers a non-invasive means of screening that serves a more logical initial step toward assessing a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer.

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