Breast cancer survival rates – and how stats can mislead

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A recent article in HealthNewsReview (a site that examines the accuracy of health news reports) shines a light on misleading stats that are being used to promote mammography.

CWHN has covered this issue recently. Learn more about the controversies about breast screening here:

Mammography screening: Weighing the pros and cons for women’s health

Breast self-examination: What it means and why the thinking about it has changed

Read more about breast health and breast cancer on our website:

Women, Plastics and Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer Prevention

Not a flower shop: Exploring breast cancer risk and gender bias

Book Review - Breasts: A Natural and Unnatural History by Florence Williams

Being proactive about your breast health