Published in Women's Health Weekly, December 4th, 2003
The computer-aided mammography device uses algorithms to highlight suspicious areas on patients' digitized images that radiologists then examine more closely for possible disease.
Clinical trials determined that 39% of missed breast cancers might have been detected almost 15 months earlier using its technology, Kodak said.
The company said the FDA sent an "approvable letter" for the device, a...
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