March 10th, 2010

MRI finds tumors in second breast of women diagnosed with cancer in one breast, Mayo researchers say

By Beth Backus

Science Blog
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Postmenopausal women, including those over 70 years old, who have been newly diagnosed with cancer in one breast have higher cancer detection rates when the other breast is scanned for tumors with MRI, compared to premenopausal women, say researchers at the Mayo Clinic campus in Florida.

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