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Tag: mammography

1 6/11/2014

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

4/3/2014

Nuanced balance is not easily communicated on latest mammography study

11/12/2013

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

10/10/2013

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

1/1/2013

NPR on breast cancer – what we learned in 2012

10/26/2011

British breast cancer screening now under independent review

10/24/2011

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