Digital breast tomosynthesis screening was associated with lower rates of interval breast cancer, compared with traditional mammography, according to a study in a radiology journal that included more than 40,000 women. Earlier research found DBT may have a higher sensitivity for detecting breast cancer.
DBT linked to lower rates of interval breast cancer
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