In the article is a video produced by Kaiser Health News that very clearly demonstrates how a BRCT can distill a complex issue down to a very simple an accurate graphic. The video, which uses Mammograms as an example, employs animation to explain the difference between relative and absolute risk/benefit. While many groups state that life time mammograms can reduce the risk of breast cancer death by 20%, that deceptive number obscures a more revealing truth: if out of 1000 people 5 women die from breast cancer who do not get mammograms, while 4 people die from breast cancer when they do get mammograms, that is a 20% reduction in cancer. However, as the BRCT above shows, the actual benefit of mammography is that out of 1000 women who undergo lifelong mammogram, one will avoid a breast cancer death compared to 1000 women who do not undergo mammograms. The video also shows that many women suffer significant side effects from undergoing mammograms, again depicted in a graphic format.