Tag: mammography

When to Stop Cancer Screening: Clinicians’ Calculus Varies

Clinicians more often use a strict age cutoff for stopping colon cancer screening than they do for stopping breast and prostate cancer screening, new data...

AI Could Sharply Reduce Mammography Workload

Using artificial intelligence (AI) in breast cancer screening could reduce the workload of radiologists by 70% without reducing cancer detection, according to a study published...

Veterinarian Helps Perform ‘Unproven’ Human Surgery

Millions Paid to Resolve Multiple Claims Involving “Unproven” Knee Surgery In what’s believed to be one of the largest public payouts in recent years, the...

Cancer Screening Stopped by Pandemic: Repercussions to Come?

Editor’s note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. Last year, cancer screening programs around the world ground to a...

New Approach to Breast Screening Based on Breast Density at 40

A new approach to breast screening proposes that all women should have a baseline  evaluation of breast density by mammography at the age of 40....

First Mammography Guidelines for Older Breast Cancer Survivors

The first guidelines ever released for screening mammography for older survivors of breast cancer (>75 years) recommend that routine mammography be discontinued for women whose...

Even for Wealthy, US Healthcare Can’t Match Care in Other Nations

(Reuters Health) – When it comes to health care, even privileged white Americans fare worse than the average citizens of 12 other developed countries, a...

New Thermography Shows Efficacy for Breast Cancer Screening

Sensitivity and area under the curve (AUC) analyses of thermography that is combined with diagnostic software demonstrate “the efficacy of the tool for breast cancer...

Chronicles of Cancer: A History of Mammography

The history of mammography provides a powerful example of the connection between social factors and the rise of a medical technology. It is also an...

Adding a Blood Test to Screening May Improve Cancer Detection

A minimally invasive multicancer blood test used with standard-of-care screening is safe, effective, and feasible for use in routine clinical care, according to interim findings...

Will Coronavirus Restrictions Lead to More Advanced Cancers?

What your doctor is reading on Medscape.com: APRIL 22, 2020 — My pathology lab once faced a daily flood of colon polyps, pap smears,...