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Mammograms’ Value in Cancer Fight at Issue
New York Times

A new study suggests that increased awareness and improved treatments rather than mammograms are the main force in reducing the breast cancer death rate. Starting in their 40s or 50s, most women in this country faithfully get a mammogram every year, as recommended by health officials. But the study suggests that the decision about whether to have the screening test may now be a close call.

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