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- Digital Mammography Trial Results Announced: Women with Dense Breasts, Women Younger than 50, and Those Who are Perimenopausal May Benefit from Digital Mammograms
(Posted: 09/16/2005) - A new study from the NCI shows that currently available screening methods such as transvaginal ultrasound and testing for a protein biomarker called CA-125, alone or in combination, can detect ovarian cancer but can also produce many false-positive test results, causing needless surgery. Questions and Answers; "Fast Facts": The DMIST Study Results
- Digital vs. Film Mammography in the Digital Mammographic Imaging Screening Trial (DMIST): Questions and Answers
(Posted: 09/16/2005) - DMIST showed that, for the entire population of women studied, digital and film mammography had very similar screening accuracy.
- "Fast Facts": The DMIST Study Results
(Posted: 09/16/2005) - The Digital Mammographic Screening Trial (DMIST) showed that, for the entire population of women studied, digital and film mammography had very similar screening accuracy.
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