More than Half of Breast Cancer Detected by Mammograms is “Overdiagnosed,” Study Finds

February 11, 2018 at 3:18 am

Nearly 60 percent of women diagnosed and treated for stage 1 breast cancer detected by mammography never had breast cancer, according to a bombshell study published in The British Medical Journal

The implications of the latest and largest mammogram study to date are shocking and disturbing:

If you or a loved one has undergone surgery, radiation and/or chemotherapy for stage 1 breast cancer detected by a mammogram, there’s a 60-percent chance it was all for nothing, according to a Dutch study of 8 million women.