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Tag: mammography

1 6/11/2014

GE’s “Let’s Talk Mammo” blames media, downplays false positives


Nuanced balance is not easily communicated on latest mammography study


There’s another side to the Amy Robach breast cancer story


Awash in pink

1 9/9/2013

Breast cancer and stroke screening stories that deserve careful attention

2 4/25/2013

Two noteworthy breast cancer stories: “The Feel-Good War” and guidelines didn’t change practice

2 3/19/2013

Maybe we should stop anchor chit-chat after TV health news stories: new example in mammography story


NPR on breast cancer – what we learned in 2012


British breast cancer screening now under independent review


Most women with screen-detected breast cancer have not had their life saved by screening