Dense tissue interferes with the identification of abnormalities, thereby leading to higher rates of false-positive results i.
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This also helps preserve quality of life. Fewer and fewer women die from breast cancer in recent years but, surprisingly, the decline is just as large in the age groups that are not screened.
However, this decrease was comparable between women eligible for screening and ineligible women. They looked at the Cancer Registry of Norway, and the deaths from breast cancer during 3 periods of time, but they do not know which women received a mammogram.
National Cancer Institute Uses Statistical Models to Evaluate Association Between Screening and Mortality The National Cancer Institute took up the mammography question in 2005, not through the testing of clinical effectiveness but through the use of high-level statistical modeling. There is some evidence that this strategy can produce "down staging" increasing in proportion of breast cancers detected at an early stage of the disease to stages that are more amenable to curative treatment Yip et al.
This study cannot come to any conclusions about the value of mammography because of how they obtained the data.
That is, she dies during the study period. WHO promotes breast cancer control within the context of comprehensive national cancer control programmes that are integrated to noncommunicable diseases and other related problems.
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These reviewers found that screening outcomes had not been assessed adequately. Compare the benefits of routine mammography with that of screening for cervical cancer. Studies of Screening Mammography.
That was almost four decades ago. A population-based cohort study in Norway. Targeting the wrong age group, such as, younger women with low risk of breast cancer, could cause a lower number of breast cancers found per woman screened and therefore reduce its cost-effectiveness.