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Categories: Breast cancer


Cryoablation could be cool for breast tumors, but we still want data


American College of Radiology pushes regular mammograms at 40 – but lacks detail on benefits and harms


Did they “get it all”? News release describes device that might give real-time answer to cancer surgeons


Mediterranean diet and breast cancer risk: informative JAMA news release includes ample caveats


New imaging technique is good at finding early cancer in mice, but NIH release skimps on translation to human patients


A “practice-changing” test for DCIS — but does it impact results that matter to patients?

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Did study really show that “fasting may reduce breast cancer risk”?