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Women's Health

Cancer mortality falls by 29 percent over nearly three decades
Driven by long-term drops in lung, colorectal, breast and prostate cancer
NC Woman sues mammography facility for low quality scans that resulted in temporary closure
Seeking refund for scans and payment for repeat mammograms
Google AI could boost breast cancer detection: study
Google Health's DeepMind appears poised to diagnose on par with expert radiologists
Breast density notifications not having intended effect, say researchers
As FDA prepares nationwide standard, framing information meaningfully is key
GE Healthcare launched more than 30 new AI applications at RSNA
Also unveiled new CT solution and first contrast-enhanced mammo solution for biopsy
Infervision introduces new AI applications at RSNA
Part of InferRead Suites solution
Hologic debuts AI-powered tomo reading tool at RSNA
Reduces image volume and improves workflow and reading efficiency for radiologists
Bipartisan lawmakers call for DBT coverage for military members
Would include DBT coverage under TRICARE
Are private interests driving adoption of 3D mammography?
Kaiser Health report examines the role of marketing
GE and Premier to develop 'one-stop shop' for breast cancer care
Will aim for patients to receive a diagnosis in one day
Ultrasound after DM or after DBT makes no difference in detecting breast cancer
Used on patients with dense breast tissue, according to study
Women over 75 with chronic illnesses gain little from mammograms
123 times more likely to die from other causes: study
Dense breast laws not boosting ultrasound screening rates: study
Researchers suggest risk of overdiagnosis may outweigh benefits in some cases
Radiotherapy beats anti-hormonal therapy for some breast cancer patients, says study
Avoiding side effects such as hot flashes, weight gain and bone fracture
NY law requires coverage for medically necessary mammo for women under 40
More than 12,000 younger women diagnosed with breast cancer annually