Published in Women's Health Weekly, October 16th, 2008
The technique is helping researchers study the natural history of DCIS in order to understand which tumors will become invasive cancers and require surgery, and which tumors will not. It will also be used to assess the effects of preventive therapies, such a green tea, on the development of early breast cancers. It may eventually enhance the power of MRI as a breast cancer screening tool.
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