High-risk, Underserved Women Benefited from MRI Screening for Breast Cancer

Using breast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) screenings among targeted, high-risk, underserved women significantly decreased diagnostic cost and increased patient compliance rates with follow-up compared to using general risk mammography screenings.

Confusion about Cancer Screenings

A recent article by Gina Kolata in the New York Times has led to some confusion about the benefits of cancer screening, particularly in the case of screening for breast cancer. The American Cancer Society has recently stated in a journal article that the benefits of detecting many cancers (especially breast and prostate) have been [...]