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New Research Shows Consequences of Delayed Diagnosis in Mammography Screening

In In The News by Barbara Jacoby

By: Jeff Hall From: Emerging research suggests that women who have primary diagnostic delays in screening mammography have larger tumors, a higher likelihood of lymph node metastasis and are more than 10 percent more likely to have a mastectomy in comparison to women who do not have primary diagnostic delays. For the retrospective study, recently published in the European …