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This e-book offers balanced views in this more and more arguable subject, utilizing clinical facts to provide an explanation for the evolution of data on the subject of breast melanoma screening. Breast melanoma Screening covers the foremost issues relating to this debate together with the context of more and more advanced and conflicting proof, divergent evaluations at the advantages and harms of breast screening, and variability in screening perform and results throughout settings round the world.
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Attendance at the first screening round was above 80% and varied by age. A control group of 29,961 women received usual care. All breast cancer cases diagnosed up to and including the fifth screen of the screening group, and the first screen of the control group at approximately year 7, were followed for breast cancer mortality. After the trial was closed, women in both groups were invited to regular screening. Breast cancer cases were ascertained through treatment centers, pathology laboratories, and the national cancer registration system, and follow-up was conducted through 1996.