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November 2000
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False-Positive Mammograms

According to a report published in the October 18 issue of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, almost a quarter of all women who regularly underwent screening mammograms over a 10-year period received false-positive results from at least one of their exams.
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New Studies Fuel the Mammogram Debate

It is ironic that during October's National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and on the eve of National Mammography Day (October 20th), a pair of opposing new studies continue to stroke the debate over the importance-some say effectiveness-of screening mammograms.
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Misperceptions about Mammograms

Breast Reconstruction and Emotional Wellbeing

Updates on Breast Implants

Additional Treatment Must Accompany Lumpectomy

Breast Cancer and Depression

Inadequate Breast Cancer Care


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