Study: Fewer mammograms led to fewer breast cancer reports

05/5/2007 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

The recent reduction in breast cancer cases may not have been induced by a decline in hormone use and may have been the result of fewer mammograms for women over 40. A study by the American Cancer Society shows the decline began before the spurning of hormones, although the report said both probably should be credited for a decrease in new cases.

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