This cluster random clinical trial tested the effects of reversing the order in which mammograms were read by a second radiologist on the rates of breast cancer detection among 46 screening centers in England.
This Viewpoint highlights the societal risks of politically motivated mandates relating to public health guidelines, in particular the recent mammography screening guidelines.
This commentary discusses a cohort study by the Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium published in JAMA Oncology reporting an association between longer mammography screening intervals and unfavorable prognostic characteristics
This systematic review reports that among US women at average risk for breast cancer, mammographic screening is associated with reduction in breast cancer mortality, but the magnitude of the benefits and harms of different screening strategies remains uncertain.
This guideline updates the American Cancer Society breast cancer screening recommendations for women at average risk for breast cancer.
This Viewpoint discusses ethical concerns about giving women material incentives to undergo mammography screening.
Elmore and coauthors quantify the magnitude of diagnostic disagreement among pathologists from 8 US clinical practices compared with a consensus panel reference diagnosis and evaluate associated patient and pathologist characteristics.
Friedewald and coauthors conducted a retrospective analysis of screening performance metrics to determine if addition of tomosynthesis to digital mammography improved performance of US breast screening programs. Pisano and Yaffe comment in an Editorial.