Dr. Vidal with West Cancer Center, who has dedicated his life to research, said he didn’t want the numbers to scare people.
“Anything that brings attention to it is a plus in my book. What I don’t want to happen is for people to overreact by seeing the numbers,” he said.
Vidal explained a big part of the increase in the study comes from doctors detecting stage 0 breast cancer or abnormal cells.
“Some people wouldn’t even consider it breast cancer,” he said.
Vidal also pointed out the study predicted the number of aggressive breast cancer tumors will drop by 10%, which was good news.
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