By partnering with patients, KPWHRI researchers developed 2 new interventions to boost lung cancer screening.
New study calculates risk-based approach to detect the most cancers with the fewest exams.
The technology’s potential benefits to detect breast cancer earlier are not equally shared among all women, researchers find.
Dr. Diana Buist reflects on the challenges of providing screening during a pandemic — and finds reason for optimism.
An epidemiologist identifies who is appropriately undergoing this imaging for breast cancer and who is not.
Now’s the time, Dr. Wernli says, to weigh in on lowering eligible age and pack-years smoked.
But for most women, digital breast tomosynthesis improves cancer detection and reduces recalls.
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