Mainstream Breast Cancer Scare FOUND

Dear Living Well Daily Reader,

Happy Fourth of July!

As we celebrate the land of the free and the home of the brave, it’s important to make sure you know about ALL of your rights when it comes to your healthcare.

And part of exercising that liberty is knowing what you might be up against… especially when it comes to cancer.

Because believe it or not, the mainstream DOESN’T have your health in mind when it’s making decisions about your care (hard to believe, right!?).

Recently, researchers have discovered a startling mainstream breast cancer scare… and it’s going to have you thinking twice about your healthcare providers.

When it comes to your healthcare, it’s important to always get a second opinion.

But how many of you have actually had the time – or energy – to get one?

This latest research may have you thinking differently, especially when it comes to breast cancer.

A new study, published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, explains why. It discovered that one in seven women who were told they had breast cancer did not have it. This comes out to a wrong diagnosis about 14 percent of the time.

While this sounds already like a lot, earlier studies have put the number closer to 30 percent.

Either way, aging makes it worse. The study showed an 11 percent miss for women in their 50s and a 23 percent miss for women in their 70s.

What’s going on?

While we all tend to think modern diagnostic machines can see everything inside of you, the truth is that there is a lot that’s open to interpretation… resulting in misdiagnosis.

The problem is that test (usually a mammogram) is read by both a technician and a doctor, and it can be very difficult for BOTH of them to make the right diagnosis.

While you may be shy about asking for another diagnosis, I recommend it to anyone with a severe illness—not only cancer, but also autoimmune diseases, multiple sclerosis, or Alzheimer’s disease. Nothing sharpens the focus of the experts reading the test results than knowing it’s a second attempt.

The researchers in this study suggested closing the gap and making the right diagnosis could save thousands of women from unnecessary surgery and treatment.

Make sure you get a second diagnosis—it may not only save your life, but also keep you away from unnecessary pain and misery.

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