A study in JAMA Internal Medicine found women 65 and older who had a first-degree family history of breast cancer were at higher risk of having invasive breast cancer, regardless of the relative's age of diagnosis. Another study in the same journal found that, regardless of personal history of breast cancer, screening via MRI was associated with greater biopsy rates and lower cancer yield than with mammography.
Researchers assess history, screening trends in breast cancer
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