Women Who Have a False-Positive Screening Mammogram Are More Likely to Delay Their Next Screening

Women who had a false-positive result from a screening mammogram were more likely to delay or forgo their subsequent screening mammogram than women who had a true negative result, according to researchers from the Russell Institute for Research & Innovation at the Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois.  


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