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Study: No difference in death rates of women who have mammograms and those who don't




Mammography detects cancer, but a new study says that they do not significantly affect the death rates of women with breast cancer.
Mammography detects cancer, but a new study says that they do not significantly affect the death rates of women with breast cancer.
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A new study conducted by The British Medical Journal says that there is no difference in the breast cancer death rates of women who have mammograms and those who do not.

Dr. Alice Chung is a surgical oncologist at The Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute and joined us to share her insight.