One more nail into the coffin of indiscriminate mammography

Comparing the incidence of breast cancer deaths among Swedish counties, Autier and colleagues found that there was no advantage for those who got on the bandwagon of mammography screening early on, sometimes as early as 20 years before the sluggish. Swedish women have one of the best rates of taking the test, 85-95%. But from here, it is only downhill. The study is almost identical to the Danish study.

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