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The doctor's who's concerned that she'll see people with larger tumors said that somewhere around 25% of people with breast cancer are under 50. How many of those people were diagnosed via screening mammograms? Aren't there other, cheaper ways to screen people in lower-risk groups?
I remember hearing on NPR that screening hasn't really decreased the number of cancer deaths. What research supports that screening actually decreases the number of cancer deaths?
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