Reduction of net benefit in 40- to 49-year-old women is due to harms associated with regular mammography screening, including “psychological harms, unnecessary imaging tests and biopsies in women without cancer, and inconvenience due to false-positive screening results."
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Breast cancer can be treated in a variety of ways—not just the traditional methods of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. If she chooses to undergo conventional therapies, a woman should consider some form of alternative therapy that will compliment her healing.
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