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Average Size Of Breast Tumors Decreased Following Introduction Of Screening But Is Now Increasing | AutoTraffic
Average size of breast tumors decreased following introduction of screening but is now increasing
The average size of breast cancers at diagnosis decreased dramatically in the 1980s and 1990s following the introduction of screening, according to research presented at the 11th European Breast Cance... read more
As Mammograms Became Widespread, Breast Tumor Size Shrank
For example, after the introduction of breast cancer screening in the early 1980s, the average breast tumor size fell 27 ... partial acceptance could account for the fact that tumor size is now increa... read more
The Mystery of Breast Cancer’s Cause
By studying Japanese migrants to California, researchers found that the first generation had low risk ... So, maybe the introduction and increasing use of electricity to light the night accounts for a ... read more
Limitations in the Effect of Screening on Breast Cancer Mortality
The underlying assumption was that the effect of screening should result in a decrease in the ... As women age, a rapidly increasing proportion of breast cancer deaths occur in women who received a br... read more
Management of Triple-Negative Breast Cancer in Older Patients: How Is It Different?
While increasing age is generally associated with a decreasing incidence of triple-negative breast cancer, in one SEER study ... group with triple-negative breast cancer, after controlling for subtype ... read more
GeneNews: The Market Leader In Colorectal Cancer Molecular Diagnostics
GeneNews is an independent lab testing provider with current focus on cancer diagnostics. The market for cancer testing is growing rapidly due to the following ... screening saves lives, but patient c... read more
Why are breast cancer rates increasing?
The odds that a woman would develop breast cancer during her lifetime were one in nine. In 2008, 47,700 women were diagnosed. Taking into account the changing size ... in increasing rates of breast ca... read more
ICAD: Confident of FDA Approval of Tomo 2.0 (i.e. ProFound AI). New/Interim CEO Looks Like Perfect Fit
A recent example is research from the University of Pittsburgh published in October in Clinical Cancer Research (Deep Learning to Distinguish Recalled but Benign Mammography Images in Breast Cancer Sc... read more
The problem with mandatory breast density reporting laws
The Connecticut woman was shocked in 2004, when her gynecologist found a lump — advanced cancer that had already spread to her lymph nodes — just months after ... routine screening begin before age 40 ... read more
Are Patients Diagnosed With Breast Cancer Before Age 50 Years Ever Cured?
Although average ... The numbers of patients diagnosed with breast cancer before age 50 increased more than three-fold between 1953 through 1959 and 1993 through 1999. Although the numbers of patients ... read more
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Fear of Cancer Recurrence: A Practical Guide for Clinicians
With increasing cancer survival ... FCR has been documented in patients with breast, colorectal, testicular, head and neck, lung, endometrial, and thyroid cancer; sarcoma; melanoma; and Hodgkin and no... read more
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