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How to Reduce the Interval Cancer Rate in Mammography Screening

Interval cancers are among the biggest challenges in breast screening and until now 20-25% of interval cancers are classified as being missed as false negatives (Houssami, N., Hunter, K. , 2017). The rate of these cancers, that arise between routine screenings and are often growing more aggressively, are a good performance indicator for the efficiency of a screening method (Johnson, K, et al. 2021). 

Clinical experts demonstrate new insights about a higher probability in detection of interval cancers by presenting their findings from recent screening studies with wide-angle DBT and AI-based CAD.