Optical imaging could lead to fewer unnecessary biopsies in breast cancer screening

The prevalence of unnecessary biopsies is an ongoing problem in breast cancer screening. Some three quarters of biopsies on lesions found in the breast turn out to be negative, resulting in undue stress for patients… read more at: nmr.mgh.harvard.edu/news/20150209

 

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