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TMIST Media Coverage Highlights Screening Questions

Posted: December 7, 2017

In reporting the science underlying the study, an Associated Press article picked up by The Washington Post tracked through such broad inquiries as: "A better mammogram?" "Who needs a mammogram?" and "What about 3-D mammograms?" The AP also posted a video, "Huge Study Puts 3-D Mammogram to the Test."External Web Site Policy

Worta McCaskill-Stevens, MD, NCORP director was quoted in a separate United Press International articleExternal Web Site Policy noting, "Nearly 50 million screening mammograms occur each year in the United States, yet it has been decades since a large-scale randomized trial of mammography has been done. The evolution of mammography technology provides us with an opportunity to fill in the gaps in our knowledge about two available breast cancer screening tests."