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Repeated digital mammography to screen for breast cancer may increase the risk for breast cancer.

32-week pregnancy with anomaly.

Diagnostic Imaging talks with the USPSTF about its newly released final recommendations for breast cancer screening.

CHICAGO—Breast imaging experts look at the same data, but see different results, as explained at RSNA 2015.

CHICAGO—The effect of expanded Medicaid to allow screening access on rates of breast cancer screening.

Screening mammography finds more high-grade DCIS among older women.

Mammography alone is just as good as mammography with CAD, and less expensive, for detecting breast cancer.


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