If you can figure out the best approach, you’re better than me.
Sure false positives are irksome but the downside risk of missing a cancer is much more important in consequences.
This essay gives a pretty good summary of the controversy and all the voices that are joining in the debate.
One thing that can’t be ignored is less mammography is being pushed by bamstercare. Women who want to get screened before 50 will have to pony up the fees since bamstercare ain’t gonna. One of he leading cancer centers in the world, MD Anderson in Houston, is still recommending mammos beginning at age 40.
I am not so sure about mammos in older women twice a year, but that’s an oncology question that people will have to get answered by someone else.