Breast screening for women in their 40s ‘could save up to 400 lives a year’

© PAA consultant analysing a mammogram. Breast cancer screening for women in their 40s could save up to 400 lives a year without a significant increase in over-diagnosis, scientists have said.
A consultant analysing a mammogram. Breast cancer screening for women in their 40s could save up to 400 lives a year without a significant increase in over-diagnosis, scientists have said.