Mammography False Alarms: 'A Problem That Needs to Be Fixed'

07:51 EST 2 Jan 2014 | Medscape

About half of all mammographic screening exams of women age 50 and older will be false-positives, say investigators. A decision aid may help older women determine whether screening is right for them. Medscape Medical News

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