Latest Breast cancer screening Stories
When public health budgets are constrained, mammography screening should begin later and occur less frequently, a cost-effectiveness analysis for California’s Every Woman Counts (EWC) program
A team of California-based breast imagers and breast cancer risk specialists have developed a website to help navigate the new challenges posed by breast density notification laws.
According to a new study, the majority of deaths from breast cancer occur in younger women who never received regular mammograms. This, says the study’s authors, proves young women should have regular mammograms.
Based on data from a multi-site imaging trial involving more than 2,600 women, researchers say breast lesions categorized as 'probably benign' on supplemental screening ultrasound could be re-evaluated with imaging in 12 months, reducing patient anxiety, follow-up exams and unnecessary biopsies.
Based on data from a multi-site imaging trial involving more than 2,600 women, researchers say breast lesions categorized as ‘probably benign’ on supplemental screening ultrasound could be
Avestée Women’s Imaging Center is offering women in San Antonio a new, highly advanced breast cancer diagnostic tool (3D mammo) that improves the clarity and reliability of mammogram results.
Digital tomosynthesis is an effective tool for reducing the recall rate in breast cancer screening.
Digital tomosynthesis is an effective tool for reducing the recall rate in breast cancer screening, according to a new study published online, July 30, in the journal Radiology. Oak
The rate at which women get called back for additional imaging after screening mammography may be higher at hospitals than at community office practices, mostly due to differences among the patients,
Hologic, manufacturer of 3D tomosynthesis, is bringing a mobile coach to Florida Hospital Tampa on June 26th for a “behind the scenes” tour of the new 3D technology. Tampa,
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