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—We were very interested in the JAMA Medical News & Perspectives1 article on mammography and the comments of Nancy Breen, PhD. She states that "[o]ne of the problems is that the women who need screening most—older women are at higher risk for breast cancer—often are using a...
—National data support the conclusion of Drs Stoffer and Szpunar that specialists treating older women need to make an effort to ensure their patients are being adequately screened for breast cancer since older women are at greatest risk of breast cancer and are least likely to be...
To the Editor.
—The ongoing multicenter study by Fontham et al1 of lung cancer risk in nonsmoking women exposed to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS), which was updated in the June 8, 1994, issue of JAMA, is an impressive piece of work. The trend is clear: passive exposure to cigarette smoke is...
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