Mammogram Overdiagnosis Leads to Needless Chemotherapy, Mastectomies
A new study shows that up to 25 percent of women who have harmless breast tumors undergo invasive cancer treatments anyway, because mammograms don't differentiate between agressive cancers and those that would never cause symptoms.
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