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Does mammographic density mediate risk factor associations with breast cancer? An analysis by tumor characteristics.

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Summary of "Does mammographic density mediate risk factor associations with breast cancer? An analysis by tumor characteristics."

Though mammographic density (MD) has been proposed as an intermediate marker of breast cancer risk, few studies have examined whether the associations between breast cancer risk factors and risk are mediated by MD, particularly by tumor characteristics.

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Name: Breast cancer research and treatment
ISSN: 1573-7217
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