Published in Medical Imaging Law Weekly, April 18th, 2006
According to investigators at Boston University, "Guidelines have been developed for appropriate posttherapy surveillance for breast cancer recurrence. One purpose of posttherapy surveillance is to detect potentially curable local recurrences and new cancers in the opposite breast."
T.L. Lash and colleagues wrote, "The objective of this investigation was to assess the impact of annual mammography on all-cause mortality in breast cancer survivors. We conducted a case-control analysis nested in a cohort of 865 stage I...
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