New Breast Imaging Test Helps Find Cancer in Women with Dense Breasts

There is new, approved technology now available for women with so-called dense breasts, common in younger women, when breast tissue is so thick that it appears cloudy on a mammogram. Molecular Breast Imaging, done in addition to a mammogram, injects a radioactive tracer into a woman’s arm vein, which a special camera can pick up that spots tumors. Here’s a link for those who live with this issue:

Finding More Breast Cancers, Earlier:MBI finds an additional 7.7 cancers when added to mammography per 1,000 women screened- ProMedica Breast CareMBI provides 400% Increase in Invasive CDR while reducing 50% of Biopsies in…

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