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Mammographic breast density refines Tyrer-Cuzick estimates of breast cancer risk in high-risk women: findings from the placebo arm of the International Breast Cancer Intervention Study I Warwick, J; Birke, H; Stone, J; Warren, RML; Pinney, E; Brentnall, AR; Duffy, SW; Howell, A; Cuzick, J (2014)
Mammographic density and breast cancer risk in breast screening assessment cases and women with a family history of breast cancer Duffy, SW; Morrish, OWE; Allgood, PC; Black, R; Gillan, MGC; Willsher, P; Cooke, J; Duncan, KA; Michell, MJ; Dobson, HM (Elsevier/Science Direct, 2017-11-27)Background Mammographic density has been shown to be a strong independent predictor of breast cancer and a causative factor in reducing the sensitivity of mammography. There remain questions as to the use of mammographic ...
Benefits and harms of breast cancer mammography screening for women at average risk of breast cancer: A systematic review for the European Commission Initiative on Breast Cancer. Canelo-Aybar, C; Ferreira, DS; Ballesteros, M; Posso, M; Montero, N; Solà, I; Saz-Parkinson, Z; Lerda, D; Rossi, PG; Duffy, SW (Sage, 2021-02-25)OBJECTIVES: Mammography screening is generally accepted in women aged 50-69, but the balance between benefits and harms remains controversial in other age groups. This study systematically reviews these effects to inform ...