The Unnecessary Mammogram Tech That Costs the U.S. $400 Million a Year
A new study adds ammunition to researchers' argument that doctors should stop using software that's now used in 90 percent of mammograms.
New Mammogram Guidelines Undermine Breast Health for Black Women
Black women and white women in the United States lead very different lives—economically, socially, geographically. And those differences affect their health, but apparently not any of the official recommendations about their health.
Should You or Shouldn’t You? New Evidence in the Great Mammogram Debate
Could the radiation from screening actually increase the odds of developing breast cancer among women with a specific gene?