Comments for: Study reignites controversy over mammograms

Posted Nov. 21, 2012, at 6:17 p.m.

CHICAGO — As many as a third of cancers detected through routine mammograms may not be life threatening, according to a study published on Wednesday that raises fresh questions about the benefits of breast cancer screening. The study, which looked at three decades of U.S. government data, found more than …

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  • Anonymous

    The cancers may not be life threatening? Are these people idiots? Just learn that you have a cancer in your body & tell me you don’t feel that your life could be in danger. Probably plenty of money wasted on THIS study.

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