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Confirmed: Breast Screenings Cause More Harm Than Good

Confirmed: Breast Screenings Cause More Harm Than Good

A study published in the British Medical Journal confirms an earlier, highly controversial finding by the Cochrane Database Review (2009), which concluded that breast screenings are likely causing more harm than good.1

Published last month (Dec. 2011) and titled "Possible net harms of breast cancer screening: updated modeling of Forrest report," its authors concluded:  "This analysis supports the claim that the introduction of breast cancer screening might have caused net harm for up to 10 years after the start of screening."

PTSD: Pointing the Bone at Cancer Patients

New research confirms your doctors -- and your beliefs about them -- have incredible power over your health destiny (if you let them).  

Awareness of the inextricable connection between body, mind, and emotions is an aspect of good health that is still foreign to many individuals.

Study: Many Breast Tumors Will Spontaneously Regress

A groundbreaking study published in The Lancet Oncology shows for the first time that many screen-detected invasive breast tumors spontaneously regress when undiagnosed and untreated

The study investigated the natural history of breast cancers detected in the Swedish mammography screening program between 1986 to 1990, involving 650,000 women.

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