Breast Cancer Screening: Why Can't Experts Agree?

A new study finds that screening women for breast cancer failed to significantly reduce deaths in Danish women. This contrasts with earlier results, including a 25% drop in breast cancer mortality in Copenhagen after mammography screening was introduced.

Mammogram madness costs major money

The latest guidelines from the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force now say that women don't need mammograms every year and don't need the first one...