New Study Reports Earlier Mammograms Reduce Number of Breast Cancer Deaths 

A new study published in Cancer reports annual mammograms that begin once a woman is 40 will prevent the most deaths due to breast cancer. This study reports annual screenings could reduce the number of breast cancer deaths for women between the ages of 40 - 80 by 40 percent, as compared to the previous findings of a reduction of 23 - 31 percent.
The new findings shows a dramatic a of deaths due to breast cancer based on current screening recommendations.


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Harvard Study Reports Neighborhoods with more light have higher breast cancer risk

A study conducted by Harvard University has found that there is a greater risk of breast cancer for women who live in areas that have higher amounts of outdoor lighting during the evening. The study is based on a Nurses' Health Study (NHS), which has studying risks to women's health for over 20 years.

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