Breast cancers discovered in women undergoing annual mammograms are smaller and less advance.
Deaths from breast cancer continue to decline, while diagnoses rise, according to the American Cancer Society.
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Regular screening mammography leads to earlier breast cancer diagnosis and less aggressive treatment, study finds.