HomeOncologyBreast CancerFalse-positive mammograms may indicate increased risk for breast cancer later in life

False-positive mammograms may indicate increased risk for breast cancer later in life

Women with a history of a false-positive mammogram result may be at increased risk of developing breast cancer for up to 10 years after the false-positive result, according to a study in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention. Read more and read the study abstract.

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