Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 24th, 2005
Public-health researchers A. Jensen and colleagues, University of Copenhagen, explained, "The objectives of our study were to analyze the use of diagnostic mammography among nonattenders and attenders in organized mammography screening in Denmark in 2000, to assess the contamination from organized screening of noninvited age groups, and to measure the impact of local policy on opportunistic screening."
The data for their study came from "all diagnostic mammographies performed in...
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