Assessing individual breast cancer risk within the U.K. National Health Service Breast Screening Program: a new paradigm for cancer prevention.

@article{Evans2012AssessingIB,
  title={Assessing individual breast cancer risk within the U.K. National Health Service Breast Screening Program: a new paradigm for cancer prevention.},
  author={D Gareth R Evans and Jane Warwick and Susan M. Astley and Paula Stavrinos and Sarah Sahin and Sarah Ingham and Helen McBurney and Barbara Eckersley and Michelle N Harvie and Mary Wilson and Ursula M. Beetles and Ruth Warren and Alan Hufton and Jamie C. Sergeant and William G. Newman and Iain E. Buchan and Jack Cuzick and Anthony Howell},
  journal={Cancer prevention research},
  year={2012},
  volume={5 7},
  pages={943-51}
}
The aim of this study is to determine breast cancer risk at mammographic screening episodes and integrate standard risk factors with mammographic density and genetic data to assess changing the screening interval based on risk and offer women at high risk preventive strategies. We report our experience of assessing breast cancer risk within the U.K. National Health Service Breast Screening Program using results from the first 10,000 women entered into the "Predicting Risk Of breast Cancer At… CONTINUE READING