Study touts computer-aided readings of mammograms

10/2/2008 | BBC

A U.K. study involving 28,000 women found that computer-aided readings of mammograms were as effective in detecting cancers as readings by two experts. Computer-aided detection could boost the efficiency of breast screenings funded by the National Health Service by allowing radiologists to read more mammograms over a given period of time, researchers said.

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