Measurement of Breast Density Better Predicts Womens' Breast Cancer Risk

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UVA study finds that measurement of breast density better predicts woman's breast cancer risk
UVA study finds that measurement of breast density better predicts woman's breast cancer risk
A new study from UVA Cancer Center found that adding a measurement of breast density better predicts women's risk for breast cancer. Including breast density as part of risk models for breast cancer could support the development of a personalized risk model to recommend how often a woman should have a mammogram based on her unique risk factors.
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