Breast-cancer screening may cause more harm than good, according to a study.
It says women are more likely to be harmed and have unnecessary surgery in the first decade of being screened.
The study concludes the "harms" of screening, on average, largely offset the benefits in the first ten years. After that, the benefits increase, but by much less than predicted when routine screening was introduced.
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