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This study aims to characterize patient experience, satisfaction and preference for use of the QT Scanner in comparison to mammography by directly engaging women who have experience with both technologies.
The objectives will be addressed by first conducting structured one-on-one interviews with about 20 women (Qualitative Phase), and then administering a web-based patient survey with quantitative measurements in about 200 women (Quantitative Phase). The current Protocol registration pertains to the first, qualitative phase of the study.
Breast Cancer Screening
Analysis Group, Inc.
QT Ultrasound LLC
Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-08-20T20:17:13-0400
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