The results of the study are published in the online edition of the journal Radiology. – ‘To our knowledge this is the first study of time trends for key figures in a large representative sample of women undergoing screening mammography in the United States,’lead author Laura E. Ichikawa, said biostatistician at the Group Health Research Institute in Seattle, Washington.. 1996 and 2004. Detection from breast cancer screening mammographyresearchers analyze 2.5 million mammograms to nearly a million women found discrimination made by cancer cells from non – cancerous lesions over a period of nine years improved.
The research team examined data from six mammography registries in the Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium. The data included 2,049 mammograms of 971,364 women conducted at medical facilities throughout the country between 1996 and 2004.Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging on the MIT, Mind Brain and Education Programme at Harvard Graduate School of Education at, Comer School Development Program, Child Study Center the Yale Medical School, Dana Alliance for Brain initiative, Department of Other, Language, and Hearing Sciences in at Boston University, Boston University School of Education, Neuroscience Research Institute at University of California, in Santa Barbara;, the National Association of Secondary School principals and Public information Resources..