Study Raises Questions About Value of Mammograms

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Mammograms are catching more cancers but not saving more lives, according to new data from a 25-year study by researchers in Canada. We'll talk to two leading local breast cancer experts about what the report means for patients.


Karla Kerlikowske, professor of medicine at the UCSF School of Medicine and physician at the UCSF-affiliated San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Susan Kutner, chair of Kaiser Permanente Northern California's Breast Care Task Force and chair of The Interregional Breast Care Leaders Group