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Marshfield Clinic research supports annual mammograms

4:01 PM, Sep. 11, 2013
Adedayo Onitilo
Adedayo Onitilo
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Women who undergo annual mammograms and are diagnosed with breast cancer are more likely to have earlier-stage disease at diagnosis than women who aren't examined yearly, according to a new study led by Marshfield Clinic oncologist Dr. Adedayo Onitilo.

The study appears ahead of print on the American Journal of Roentgenology, or AJR, website and will be published in AJR's November print edition.

"Our results confirmed our suspicion that missed annual mammograms, particularly for younger women, may be associated with higher-stage breast cancer at diagnosis," Onitilo said. "Women who ...

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