Breast Cancer Survivor Credits her Life to Mammogram Test
It is not the first time when clashes in opinions of people have been witnessed in regard to medical treatments. Fresh concerns have been raised by a woman, who is in the favor of regular mammograms.
Sheila Logan said that she was quite upset to know the views of Professor Peter Gotzsche, who asked women to stop taking regular mammograms. She affirmed that she got to know about her breast cancer from her first mammogram check up and same was the case with her sister.
She is now a breast cancer survivor and owes her live to the timely check up. Logan said that she did not agree with the thoughts of Gotzsche, who is in the favor of dismantling the regular screening of breast cancer.
"To hear that Professor Gotzsche, or anyone else, is suggesting that screening should be scrapped does make me sad, as I know how important it was for me", said Sheila, 54, who got to know about her cancer at the time when she was celebrating her 54th birthday.
She further affirmed that already there are a lot of inhibitions in the mind of women to appear for breast cancer screening test and if they will hear the wordings of Professor Gotzsche then things can get even more negative.
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