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Most Breast Cancer Screening MRIs May Occur In Women Who Do Not Meet Professional Guidelines, Study Suggests.

Healio (3/1, Miller) reports that research indicated “more than 80% of breast cancer screening MRIs conducted between 2007 and 2014 occurred in women who did not meet the professional guidelines for these screenings.” The findings were published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine. Healio points out that several groups, including the “American College of Radiology...recommend screening MRIs for women who have a 20% or higher risk for breast cancer, according to the researchers.”

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Author: Nicole Hardy
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