Better breast cancer screening: How innovation is replacing the one-size-fits-all approach


According to The National Breast Cancer Foundation, 98 percent of breast cancer patients survive – if detection occurs early. Since the late 1960s, traditional mammography has been used widely for breast cancer detection. The future of breast cancer care, however, lies in even earlier detection and individually tailored diagnosis and treatment, and imaging manufacturers are developing technologies that make these possible.


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