The Truth is out and some media are reporting it, but the vast majority of Doctors and Health Clinics are still pushing for women to undergo Mammography for detection of breast cancer.
So the truth is finally out – but I don’t remember seeing the story hitting main stream media headlines here in Australia, or for that matter, notice boards in our local Health Clinic or Doctors Waiting room. The opposite is the reality.
Women are still being urged to have mammograms. This is a typical media example from Tasmania Australia:
Breast Screen Tasmanian today launched a new advertising campaign to encourage women to be screened for breast cancer.
The new television advertisements, timed to coincide with Mother’s Day on 13 May, will screen for the first time this Sunday and run for two weeks.
“Screening mammograms are the best way of detecting breast cancer early,” said Gail Ward, the State Manager of Cancer Screening and Control Services in the Department of Health and Human Services.
What is the matter with these people? Do none of them follow what is…
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