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What The ACS Guidelines Got Wrong About Breast Cancer Screening

Removing 'cancer' from the terminology used for many slow-growing lesions in the breast, prostate, lung, skin and other body areas could ease patients' fears and reduce the inclination of doctors to treat them aggressively, says a panel of experts.

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Breast cancer screening has not reduced mortality rates, warns study

Breast cancer screening has not reduced mortality rates, warns study - Health News - Health & Families - The Independent

Cancer is one of the deadliest diseases that the world is suffering from. Breast cancer in women is one of its severest kinds which are affecting most of the women in the world.

Many women with Cowden's syndrome have a long history of benign breast disease. It is imperative that general practitioners and consultants are educated to recognise the diagnostic skin and mucous membrane signs of CS, particularly as early recognition offers women with the syndrome the choice of regular breast screening or a prophylactic bilateral mastectomy. Image: commons.wikimedia...

Breast cancer screening dilemma for women

New data on the risks and benefits of extra tests that may catch more cancers but also cause a lot of false alarms