Highlights: – Annual screening in women aged 40-59 does not reduce mortality from breast cancer beyond that of physical examination – .Canada decided to compare breast cancer incidence and mortality up to 25 years in over 89,000 women aged 40-59… Read More ›
Breast cancer screening
Contact: Emma Dickinson firstname.lastname@example.org 44-020-738-36529 BMJ-British Medical Journal Cancer expert remains to be convinced by breast screening review Harms from breast cancer screening outweigh benefits if death caused by treatment is included Michael Baum, Professor emeritus of surgery at University… Read More ›
Breast cancer screening saves lives, says study??? that screening only narrowly decreased risks that a 50-year-old woman would die from breast cancer within 10 years — from 0.53 percent to 0.46 percent.
Engineering Evil Note: There seems to be conflicting studies being utilized to favor screening. I found this report stating that they used no current data for the meta analysis. The data they claimed to have used here was over 20… Read More ›
2 Aug 2012 Medical experts on Friday accused a major US breast cancer foundation known for its high-profile “pink ribbon” campaign of overselling pre-emptive mammography and understating the risks. The Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation uses misleading statistics… Read More ›
Requested Repost from Dec 2011 Research: Possible net harms of breast cancer screening: Updated modelling of Forrest report A new study published on bmj.com today supports the claim that the introduction of breast cancer screening in the UK may have… Read More ›
Breast cancer mortality statistics in Sweden are consistent with studies that have reported that screening has limited or no impact on breast cancer mortality among women aged 40-69, according to a study published July 17 in the Journal of The… Read More ›