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Mammography After Breast Cancer: No Benefit for Older Patients?

In In The News by Barbara Jacoby

By: Liam Davenport From: Older women who have had breast cancer frequently undergo annual surveillance mammography, even if there is only a small risk of their developing a second cancer or if they have other mortality risks associated with age and comorbidities. This ongoing annual surveillance with mammography may be doing more harm than good, warn researchers. In a study …