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Breast Cancer screening confusion

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I am 63 and recently had my first breast mammogram

Dear WDDTY

I am 63 and recently had my first breast mammogram. I was therefore very disturbed when I read the article "The Disease Women Fear Most" in the January 1993 Reader's Digest. This article virtually says the opposite of your article, giving very convincing statistics and quotes from doctors. I have been reading Reader's Digest for years, and believe it to be a very good magazine with correct and factual reports. M P, Kippen, Stirlingshire.....

Whatever official bodies publicly boast about "winning" the war on cancer, we refer you and Reader's Digest to the announcement in so august a medical mouthpiece as The Lancet which admits (see page 4 of this issue) that the medical profession hasn't a clue about breast cancer prevention through screening or treatment.


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