The latest dust-up in the controversy over the effectiveness of annual mammograms comes on the heels of a study in the New England Journal of Medicine last month. The study found that annual mammograms do a good job of detecting new small cancers but that mammograms have not been able to tell the difference between benign, slow-growing cancers and those that go on to become fatal.
Docs debate mammography's prevention capability
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