Published in Women's Health Weekly, August 18th, 2005
Researchers in England conducted a study "to assess the effect on cancer detection and recall rates of changing from one to two views for incident (subsequent) screens."
A controlled, comparative, observational study of the National Health Service breast screening programs in the United Kingdom enrolled women aged 50-64 years who were screened by the NHSBSP between April 1, 2001 and March 31, 2003.
"The effect of changing to two-view mammography was a 20% increase in overall incident screen cancer detection rate, with the biggest effect seen for small (<15 mm) invasive...
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