Published in Medical Imaging Law Weekly, September 12th, 2006
Investigators in England report, "Women with a family history are often offered mammographic surveillance at an earlier age and with greater frequency than those in the National Breast Screening Programme. In this study, we compared the survival of 62 breast cancer patients diagnosed in the context of a family history clinic offering 12-18 monthly mammographic screening with that of 1108 patients of the same age range but having no exposure to screening."
"We subtracted the expected additional observation time due to lead time from the survival of...
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