Most of the women who undergo routine mammogram screenings for breast cancer will never actually derive any real benefit from the radioactive procedure, while the majority of those who end up testing positive for tumors as a result of mammography will undergo needless treatments for malignancies that never would have led to any health problems.

These are the unsettling findings of a review recently published in the journal The Lancet, which found that for every woman whose life is supposedly saved as a result of early detection, three others undergo invasive surgery, toxic chemotherapy, or immune-destroying radiation treatments for benign tumors that never would have resulted in fatality.

This shocking information represents yet one more nail in the coffin for the barbaric practice of mammography, which is still touted by the mainstream medical system as the premier method by which women have the best chance of not dying from breast cancer. Not only are women not being told about the significant radioactive risks associated with getting mammograms, but they are also not being told that the procedure often detects noncancerous tumors.

Lies of breast cancer industry unravel as screening review shows startling over-diagnosis and lack of truthful information, 6/6/13

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