A new breast cancer study is reviving the debate over the value of mammograms.

The Canadian National Breast Screening Study claims annual mammograms do not lower the risk of dying of breast cancer. The study followed 90,000 women over 25 years, with only half receiving annual mammograms. The study concluded the death rates were basically the same in both groups.

Some women say the study...

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