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Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer

New evidence reveals that risk prediction for breast cancer is imperative in women with atypical hyperplasia of breast tissue.

Despite having advantages over conventional whole breast irradiation, hypofractionated WBI is used by only a third of patients who would benefit.

Evidence is mounting that digital tomosynthesis has better cancer detection rates than digital mammography, especially for women with dense breasts.

A new (theoretical) model using multiple data points, including genetic testing for BRCA genes, could identify women at greatest risk for breast cancer.

Breast cancer awareness campaigns are great, but they should be expanded to provide more clinician education on health disparities and to target women most at risk.

Two new publications offer guidance in the use of circulating tumor cells in peripheral blood to monitor treatment efficacy in metastatic and non-metastatic breast cancer.

A new pilot study demonstrates the ability of a blood-based test to detect metastatic breast cancer recurrence with high sensitivity and specificity.

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