Mammogram Study Sparks Debate in the Healthcare Community

A Canadian study conducted across more than two decades raises doubt that annual mammogram screenings reduce the risk of death among women between the ages of 40 and 59. What do the latest findings mean for women and their health? 

Dr. H. Gilbert Welsch of the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice explains why the American College of Radiology's two main arguments against the Canadian National Breast Screening Study are incorrect as he explains in the video below.

(See Dr. Tener's recent article on Mammograms: Click here)