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Routine Mammograms and Scientific Hype

How faith in technology harms ... that would never have threatened their lives. In February, a rigorous Canadian paper covering older methods of screening that followed women for more than two decades ... read more

3-D mammography saving lives in breast cancer fight

There has been a breakthrough ... mammogram, not to be confused with a digital mammogram. The technology is expensive and not all providers have it installed. We, as women who care for our families, m... read more

The problem with mandatory breast density reporting laws

There’s a reason why even the most zealous supporters of mammography don’t recommend that routine screening begin before age 40; breast cancer incidence is just too low in this age group. So far ... i... read more

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Should I get a mammogram?

Expert answer: There have been a number of articles in the press about mammography, and this has caused me to get quite a few questions about breast cancer screening. Mammography, which is an X-ray of ... read more


Novartis' (NVS) CEO Vas Narasimhan on Q3 2018 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

We have a potential approval, we believe, in the U.S. in the first half of 2019. do have a breakthrough ... Well, thanks very much for the question. So, just a couple here, I don’t know if ... read more

New guidelines confuse the issue of breast cancer screening

The new ACS guidelines recommend that women 40 to 44 should have the choice ... which is also called “3-D” mammography, the latter only now starting to be covered by insurers. And so where does that l... read more

A Brave New World of Genetics

Joanna Rudnick: Thank ... screening, because that is a very effective way to guard against colon cancer. But many people [screen] and you can do that obviously without getting a genetic test -- but ma... read more

Crank spin versus science on mammography

Screening for a disease involves subjecting an asymptomatic population, the vast majority of whom don’t have the disease ... for breast cancer have improved so much over the last couple of decades tha... read more

New Mayo-Franciscan screening method expected to escalate breast cancer detection

“The main breakthrough with the MBI is ... Insurances generally don’t cover MRIs for screening, except with high-risk patients, she said. The MBI is not expected to make mammograms obsolete, Mayo-Fran... read more

Mammograms, New and Old

The story, by my colleague Denise Grady, talks about how women who last had a mammogram from traditional X-ray film may receive a call back if their doctor switches to the newer digital technology ... ... read more

Second Opinion: Mammograms

We don't live ... for screening. Abigail Trafford: Dr. Newstead, this may sound naive--but why does the mammogram hurt so much. People have said that if men had to go through this, they'd demand a bet... read more



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