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A group of researchers has analyzed 599 mobile applications for breast cancer found in Apple and Google stores, and has concluded that most have been developed with little medical criteria. The authors have observed different levels of disinformation in these ´apps´, ranging from material of questionable origin, offering information without citing any sources, to dangerous prescriptions.