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How breast cancer screening could be better and less painful

(Lund University) The breast cancer screening tests offered to women may in many cases be unnecessarily painful. New research from Lund University in Sweden shows that strong compression of the breast during mammography screening does not automatically lead to a better basis for diagnosis.
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How breast cancer screening could be better and less painful

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The breast cancer screening tests offered to women may in many cases be unnecessarily painful. New research shows that strong compression of the breast during mammography screening does not automatically lead to a better basis for d...

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