Yearly Mammogram Effectiveness in Prevention of Breast Cancer

For women under the age of 50 years, is a yearly mammogram more effective in the prevention of breast cancer when compared to a mammogram done every three years?

Women at a higher risk of developing the condition should get screened regularly before age 50. Genetic mutation carriers are at an especially high risk of developing breast cancer; thus, they are encouraged to have regular mammograms as early as 30. Discover evidence-based data used in clinical practice. Provide an overview of databases that are available and relevant to this clinical question. Discuss your findings from the database and the evidence determined.