The Diane Rehm Show, NPR
February 13, 2014
A long term study cast new doubts on the value of annual mammograms. According to the research, annual screening leads to increased diagnosis, but does not reduce the number of cancer deaths. Joining me by phone from Helsinki, Finland, Dr. Anthony Miller, professor emeritus at the University of Toronto. From a studio in Newton, Massachusetts, Daniel Kopans. He’s professor of radiology at Harvard Medical School. And by phone from Boston, Shannon Brownlee of the Lown Institute…
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