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Commentaries question benefit of early breast cancer screening

reduction in long-term risk and the much higher likelihood of less serious, but nonetheless important, harms," says Berg, of the University of Washington, Seattle.

Baines agrees with this latter point, adding that she hopes the commentaries will prompt others to investigate the causes of the puzzling observation. In the meantime, she says, "women should carefully consider whether screening is the right choice for them. They cannot do that until they are completely informed."


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14-Oct-2003


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