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Women’s Health: Breast Cancer Death Rates Fall

There has been a significant decline in reported breast cancer since 2000. Decreased hormone therapy usage and, unfortunately, decreased mammography screenings are the two main reasons for the reduction.

According to a recent American Cancer Society report, breast cancer death rates have declined more than 2% annually due to early detection and more accurate treatments.

There has been a significant decline in reported breast cancer since 2000. Decreased hormone therapy usage and, unfortunately, decreased mammography screenings are the two main reasons for the reduction.

Dr. Eric P. Winer, chief advisor for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure, stated the following in a recent interview:

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