Three Months of COVID-19 May Mean 80,000 Missed Cancer Diagnoses
A total of 80,000-plus diagnoses of five common cancers in the United States are projected to be missed or delayed during the...
Widely used mammography screening for breast cancer could potentially serve as a tool for detecting heart risk in women as well, a new study suggests. Researchers said the study, involving 292 women, showed a strong correlation between the amount of calcium detected in breast arteries on a mammogram and the level of calcium in coronaryread more
Ultrasound turned in a better incremental breast cancer detection rate than tomosynthesis in mammography-negative dense breasts, and a similar false-positive rate, according to interim findings from the ASTOUND trial. During 2012-2015, the multicenter Adjunct Screening With Tomosynthesis or Ultrasound in Women With Mammography-Negative Dense Breasts (ASTOUND) trail screened 3,231 dense-breasted asymptomatic women (median age 51)read more