Jessica Stray


  1. Mammography Screening - Harms verses Benefits Introduction

    Breast cancer is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality for women worldwide (Kearney & Murray, 2009). New Zealand is no exception as breast cancer affects around 2,750 (killing over 600) women annually (Breast Cancer Aotearoa Coalition, 2010). Severe social, emotional and economic costs are associated with the high prevalence of this disease. Programs have been implemented to reduce the affect breast cancer has on society. In New Zealand, this consists of the Breast Screeni…