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Time for Mammograms to Be a Thing of the Past?

In 1895, Wilhelm Röntgen discovered a high-frequency portion of the electromagnetic spectrum, which he named "X-radiation." The usefulness and success of the technology based on Röntgen's discovery is such that for generations every schoolchild has not only known the term X rays but can give you a basic idea of their most common application: to "see" into and through solid objects. Diagnosing cavities and broken bones are merely the most common of X rays' many medical applications.

In the early 1960s, detecting breast cancer was added to the list when Robert…

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