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This appeared a few days ago.Google AI system beats doctors in detection tests for breast cancerHannah KuchlerJan 2, 2020 — 3.19pmNew York | Google Health has developed a system that can identify breast cancer more accurately than radiologists, in the latest sign that artificial intelligence could improve early detection of disease in images.In a paper published in the scientific journal Nature, experts from Google H ealth, Alphabet’s DeepMind unit, and UK and US universities showed the AI model reduced both false positives, in which patients are wrongly told they have cancer, as well as false negatives, where the disease is present but not diagnosed.Screening mammograms is known to be imperfect, failing to de tect about one in five breast cancers, according to the American Cancer Society. More than half of all women are given a false positive every 10 years, causing anxiety and leading to unnecessary treatment, which was estimated in a 2015 study in the journal Health Affairs to cost... This is the initial part of the post - read more by clicking on the title of the article. David.
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AbstractBackgroundTo date, 38 states have enacted dense breast notification (DBN) laws mandating that mammogram reports include language informing women of risks related to dense breast tissue.ObjectiveNationally representative survey to assess the association between residing in a state with a DBN law and women ’s awareness and knowledge about breast density, and breast cancer anxiety.DesignInternet survey conducted in 2018 with participants in KnowledgePanel ®, an online research panel.ParticipantsEnglish-speaking US women ages 40 –59 years without a personal history of breast cancer who had received...
Source: Journal of General Internal Medicine - Category: Internal Medicine Source Type: research
Publication date: Available online 23 December 2019Source: Journal of Cancer PolicyAuthor(s): Athena Michaelides, Constantina ConstantinouAbstractBreast cancer is the second most common cancer diagnosed worldwide and the leading cause of cancer death in women. In the past years, efforts have been made to develop psychoeducation programmes targeting the prevention of breast cancer via educating the general public. These programmes placed emphasis on risk reducing behaviours and on promoting Breast Self-Examination and screening via mammography, to aid in the early identification of pathological findings. In parallel, effort...
Source: Journal of Cancer Policy - Category: Cancer & Oncology Source Type: research
DiscussionBased on previously published retrospective studies, we expect to demonstrate in this prospective multicenter randomized controlled trial, that using CESM as a primary work-up tool in women recalled from breast cancer screening is a more accurate, cost-effective, and patient-friendly strategy.Trial registration Netherlands Trial Register,NL6413/NTR6589. Registered on 6 July, 2017.
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This study has implications for cancer risk communication and will offer evidence on the potential of generalizable educational strategies for delivering information on breast density to Latinas in limited-resource settings.Trial,NCT02910986. Registered on 21 September 2016.Items from the WHO Trial Registration Data Set can be found in this protocol.
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Conclusion: In conclusion, women with breast cancer may attempt to use CAM due to hopelessness. Therefore, in the course of medical treatment of patients, CAM practices should be questioned, they should be provided counseling and if necessary, referred for psychological support.
Source: Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics - Category: Cancer & Oncology Authors: Source Type: research
Conclusions: Fat-grafting sequelae may lead to early unplanned invasive and noninvasive procedures initiated by a variety of providers. In this study, fat grafting had no impact on local recurrence rate. As use of fat grafting grows, communication among breast cancer care providers and enhanced patient and caregiver education will be increasingly important in optimizing the multidisciplinary evaluation and monitoring of palpable breast lesions. CLINICAL QUESTION/LEVEL OF EVIDENCE: Therapeutic, IV.
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AbstractPurpose of ReviewThe purpose of this review is to examine the most recent data and guidelines regarding screening for breast cancer in average risk women.Recent FindingsThe differing recommendations for screening reflect differences in value judgements between the benefits (decreased cancer-related death and morbidity) and the harms (potential for overdiagnosis, false positives, false negatives, anxiety, and cost of care) of breast cancer screening.SummaryThere are multiple organizations with recommendations for breast cancer screening in women at average risk. All organizations recommend mammography to screen for ...
Source: Current Breast Cancer Reports - Category: Cancer & Oncology Source Type: research
ConclusionMammographic and ultrasound findings can highly suggest a diagnosis of granulomatous mastitis in an appropriate clinical context.
Source: Journal of Ultrasound - Category: Radiology Source Type: research
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) wants to require mammogram providers to tell women if they have a common risk factor for breast cancer. The proposal, released Wednesday, would be the FDA’s first update to mammography regulations in more than 20 years, according to a statement from the agency. Among other proposed changes, the policy would require mammography providers to inform patients who undergo the breast cancer screening test if they have dense breast tissue, which may both warp the results of a mammogram by obscuring signs of cancer, and increase the risk of developing breast cancer in the first place. ...
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Rayfield Byrd knows when it’s time to wake up every morning. The 68-year-old Oakland, Cal., resident hears a voice from the living room offering a cheery good morning. Except Byrd lives alone. A little after 8 a.m. each day, a small yellow robot named Mabu asks Byrd how he’s doing. Byrd has Type 2 diabetes and congestive heart failure, and about three years ago, he had surgery to implant a microvalve in his heart to keep his blood flowing properly. To stay healthy, he takes four medications a day and needs to exercise regularly. To make sure his heart is still pumping effectively, his doctor needs to stay on to...
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