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Breast team cuts recall rates 2 easy ways while maintaining cancer-detection performance

12:12 EDT 31 Jul 2017 | TriMed Media Group

Members of the radiology department at Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore have tried two simple means of reducing recall rates in screening mammography and found both effective. What’s more, neither intervention hurt the team’s performance on cancer detection—and both are replicable by other breast-imaging operations.

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