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Women panic less when abnormal breast cells are not called cancer

from Reuters

Women may be less likely to panic or pursue aggressive treatment for a common, noninvasive breast tumor if doctors don't use the word "cancer" to describe the abnormal cells, an Australian study suggests. Researchers focused on a preinvasive malignancy of the breast known as ductal carcinoma in situ that is often detected by mammograms and treated with a mastectomy or with a lumpectomy paired with radiation. more


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