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Breast cancer screening using 3-D imaging may increase detection rates of breast cancer, The New York Times reports. The finding is based on a study in JAMA which looked at “454,850 screenings: 281,187 with digital mammography alone and 173,663...
Having dense breasts may interfere with mammogram results, resulting in just a 50 percent cancer detection rate among women with dense tissue, an article published in The New York Times’ Well Blog reports. Roughly 40 percent of all women who...
CBS News reports on new research in PLoS Medicine that has found a link between the number of moles a woman has and her likelihood of developing breast cancer. Researchers asked women to report the number of moles on their left arm and then followed up...