Published in Cancer Weekly, May 1st, 1995
This study is one of the first to focus on screening and this particular age group.
The study found that women who underwent regular screening (a mammogram at least every 18 months) had tumors that were about half the size (10.7 mm) of those who did not (20 mm), said Dr. Helena Gabriel, a radiologist at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
Despite the fact that mammography finds the cancers when they are smaller - when the patient has...
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