Population-based mammography screening below age 50: balancing radiation-induced vs prevented breast cancer deaths
British Journal of Cancer, 03/08/2011De Gelder R et al.
The benefits of biennial mammography screening, starting at various ages between 40 and 50, and continuing up to age 74 were examined using micro–simulation. The benefits of mammography screening between age 40 and 74 were predicted to outweigh the radiation risks.
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