Maren Reder

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Breast cancer is the most prevalent cancer among women and mammography screening programs are seen as a key strategy to reduce breast cancer mortality. In Germany, women are invited to the population-based mammography screening program between ages 50 to 69. It is still discussed whether the benefits of mammography screening outweigh its harms. Therefore,(More)
INTRODUCTION Breast cancer is the most prevalent cancer among women. In Germany, women are invited to a population-based mammography screening programme for the first time at the age of 50. Since it is still discussed whether the benefits of mammography screening outweigh its harms, the concept of informed choice has gained importance. The objective of this(More)
In order to evaluate the relative sensitivity of caloric and sinusoidal angular acceleration tests, thermal and rotational stimuli were administered to cats rendered vestibulotoxic with streptomycin sulfate. Three groups of six cats each, receiving daily subcutaneous injections of saline, 100 mg/kg streptomycin or 200 mg/kg streptomycin, were administered(More)
BACKGROUND When invited for the first time at age 50, most women in Germany have to decide whether they wish to participate in the German mammography screening programme. For ethical reasons, screening decisions should be informed choices, but this is rarely the case with mammography screening. Decision aids are interventions with the potential to support(More)
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