Published in Cancer Weekly, June 14th, 2005
The warning from University of Melbourne, BreastScreen Victoria, and Cancer Council of Victoria researchers comes after a study revealed that women on HRT have an increased risk of having a false-negative mammogram result - that is, the test showing no cancer when cancer could be present.
Published in the May 2005 Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers and Prevention, the 5-year study of 1,557 women with breast cancer looked at the odds of having a false-negative result on mammogram in women who...
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