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How Tiny Are Benefits From Many Tests And Pills? Researchers Paint A Picture

  Mammograms are said to cut the risk of dying from breast cancer by as much as 20 percent, which sounds like an invincible argument for regular screening. Two Maryland researchers want people to ques...
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