KPWHRI's Aruna Kamineni, PhD, MPH, discusses her recent study on how guidelines report screening risks.
Disparities at screening sites may influence lag in follow-ups.
New research spotlights overdiagnosis, MRI before surgery, and a new way of predicting breast cancer risk.
As breast cancer screening rates rebound, Erin Bowles, MPH, reflects on maintaining “pink ribbon” awareness year-round.
Findings in JAMA Network Open could help guide decision-making about breast cancer screening for women 75 and older.
By partnering with patients, KPWHRI researchers developed 2 new interventions to boost lung cancer screening.
New study calculates risk-based approach to detect the most cancers with the fewest exams.
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