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Psychological consequences of false-positive screening mammograms in the UK
The benefits and harms arising from mammography screening are a matter of national debate in the UK.The number of lives saved, amount of over diagnosis and degree of distress caused by ‘false alarms’ are hotly contested. This debate has led to a review...
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