Largest Study on Mammograms Again Finds No Benefit

Largest Study on Mammograms Again Finds No Benefit – Dr. Mercola

Feb 26, 2014 – One of the largest studies of mammography found that mammograms have NO impact on breast cancer mortality — so what’s the benefit of annual mammograms?

Report on Mammogram Risks and the Lack of … – Dr. Mercola

Oct 25, 2016 – Mammography has many drawbacks, including false positives, false negatives, the use of ionizing radiation, which can cause cancer, and the fact that mammograms have no apparent impact on mortality rates; Mammograms are said to reduce your risk of dying from breast cancer by 20 percent, but in …

Why Breast Density Matters When It Comes to … – Dr. Mercola

Dec 19, 2015 – I’ve written many articles on the hazards and drawbacks of mammograms, including the risks of false positives, and the facts that ionizing radiation causes cancer, and that mammograms have no impact on mortality rates. In this article, I will focus on the risks associated with false negatives, meaning you …

Mammograms Again Found to Have No Impact on Mortality – Dr. Mercola

Jul 28, 2015 – By DrMercola. Do annual mammograms save lives? Several studies over the past few years have concluded that mammograms do not save lives, and may actually harm more women than they help, courtesy of false positives, overtreatment, and radiation-induced cancers. According to research published …

Mammograms Are a Tragic Lie – Dr. Mercola

Dec 20, 2017 – Recent research demonstrates mammograms, recommended for early detection of breast cancer, do not effectively reduce your risk of death from breast cancer. … Data suggests you havea 50 to 60 percent chance of receiving a false positive result after 10 yearly mammograms. Unfortunately, these …

Experts Now Advise Against Mammograms for Breast … – Dr. Mercola

Mar 3, 2012 – About 80 percent of women diagnosed with breast cancer have no family history of breast cancer. The toxic effects of mammogram radiation are finally being acknowledged as a significant factor in the development of breast cancer. Several recent studies have clearly shown that breast cancer screenings …

New 3D Mammography is NOT the Solution for Breast … – Dr. Mercola

Mar 2, 2013 – Well, it’s not. After all, that’s what the cancer screen is supposed to do, yet studies haverepeatedly shown that mammography causes more widespread harm than good, and has not resulted in reduced breast cancer mortality rates. The hope is that these 3D images will boost the accuracy of diagnosing …

The Breast Cancer Screening Mistake Millions Make… – Dr. Mercola

Oct 15, 2010 – Effective cancer screening methods are important, but mammography is simply NOT a safe or effective cancer screen. Instead, I strongly advise you to consider the safer and more effective alternative of thermographic breast screening, especially if you are younger and have not already been diagnosed …

Why So Many Mixed Messages on Mammogram Benefits? – Dr. Mercola

Oct 7, 2014 – One of the largest and longest studies of mammography to date found that mammograms have no impact on breast cancer mortality; A Cochrane Collaboration review also found no evidence thatmammography screening has an effect on overall mortality; The Swiss Medical Board foundmammography …

Stop! Read This BEFORE You Get that Mammogram – Dr. Mercola

Jun 27, 2009 – If you need light to get to the bathroom at night, use a RED penlight. The red has a wavelength of about 600 nanometers that will not stimulate your pineal gland and disturb its production of melatonin. If you use an electric alarm clock, beware that blue LED lights are probably the worst as they stimulate your …

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