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Interval breast cancers’ aggressiveness may stem from unique biology, JAMA study finds

In In The News by Barbara Jacoby

By: Marty Stempniak From: Breast cancer detected within one year after previous negative mammography studies appear to be more destructive in nature and it may not be attributed solely to the delayed diagnosis. Rather, such “interval breast cancers,” as they’re commonly called, may have a uniquely aggressive biology that could require additional actions from radiologists, experts wrote Tuesday in …