Mammogram screening should be based on patients' age, risk level and individual preferences

About 40,000 women die each year of breast cancer in the United States. Mammography screening is one way to detect breast cancer early. However, mammograms have benefits and harms. A review of existing medical studies and trials suggests that mammography screening decisions should be individualized to each patient based on age, risk levels and preferences, according to a study appearing in the April 2 JAMA. Catherine Dolf has more in this JAMA Report video.